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Randolph H. S. Library 



Randolph H. S. Library 




Randolph High School 
Randolph, Massachusetts 
Nineteen Seventy-Three 





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Randolph H. S. Library 



Enter With Us 
The World Of 
Randolph High 

The high school from which we seniors 
are about to depart has served its purpose 
well. It has broadened our knowledge, 
taught us many values, and helped develop 
us into fully responsible adults. In general, it 
has made our lives more fulfilled. Soon it 
will be a thing of the past, a memory. The 
1973 Oracle is our senior year re-captured. 
In the pages of this book lies a world quite 
different from all other worlds. It is a world 
full of achievements, disappointments, joys, 
and memories. It is the "World of Randolph 
High". 

CONTENTS 
Faculty 14 

wIclSSGS .OiC. 

Activities 98 

Athletics 116 

Advertisements . . . .127 




A World Of Knowledge, 
Why R.H.S. Exists 



Sewing 




.Composition and Film Class 



Art 





. . The Greenhouse 




Our school has undergone many changes in 
recent years. Among these are the addition of 
open campus, the greenhouse, and exciting new 
courses. All of these support the saying "Learn- 
ing can be Fun". 












Phys. Ed. 



A World Of Fun 

Mixing Business 
With Pleasure 







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Modern Living For Men 



Office Procedures 




One of the most important functions of a school is to help a student 
expand his knowledge. Randolph High does just that. Here learning is 
made enjoyable due to new and modern equipment in the classroom. 
There are also many scholastic honors that are bestowed upon selected 
individuals. It's because of these factors that the student strives for 
excellence in his academic performance . . . and enjoys doing it! 



Science 




Class Officers 




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. . . Determination to win 



Meeting friends in class 



A World Filled With Memories 
That is Yours . . . 



No school is complete without 
its merriment. The cries from the 
auditorium during a football rally, 
the moving bodies during a dance, 
the shouts during an athletic event, 
and the discussion during a club 
meeting all prove that R.H.S. is also 
a "World of Fun". 






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Figuring out a recipe in Home Economics 



. . Learning to type without cheating 




Watching the Blue Devils in action 






. . . To Remember 

Forever 

With Pride 



The typing classes 



We are taught many lessons at Randolph High 
School. One of these is how to cope with the respon- 
sibilities of the future. Through education and inspi- 
ration, our faculty has prepared us for facing a world 
of challenges. Their invaluable help will always be 
remembered by us. 



The projects in shops 





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The caring of the plants 



. . . The chemistry experiments 






. . . The studies in the library 



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"The World of Randolph High 



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. Athletic events 



An individual requires 
many essentials in order to 
be a success. A great deal of 
these particulars are obtained 
at Randolph High. Each stu- 
dent can become a success 
due to his educational back- 
ground at R.H.S. Our school 
also surrounds the individual 
with numerous extra-curric- 
ular activities that help to 
make a person more fulfilled. 
Everything necessary to pro- 
duce a successful person is 
found in "The World of Ran- 
dolph High". 





Schoolwork 



. Extra-curricular activities 



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CALENDAR of Events 



7 ^/MONTHS TIL 
6 RAdUaT|0n 

NEXT VACATION THANKSGIVING 



DANCE 



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ROCK PL YM U ™ 



Away 
game 



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SUPPORT OUR TEAM Gq Fq r 



Senior Citizens Dinner 
M pitch in and help 

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in appreciation 





It is with 
^^^ deep appreciation 
and fond memories 
that we bid 
farewell 

to Mr. Cyril T. Powderly 
who has retired 
this year. 



MR. CYRIL T. POWDERLY 



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ADMINISTRATION 



Assistant Principal 
Mi. C\ ril T. Powder!} 




Principal 
Mr. James L. Topham 



Superintendent 

Mr. Thomas L. Warren 



Assistant Superintendent 
Mr. John E. Zoino 




2HOOL COMMITTEE-Mrs. Marie H. Cormey, Dr. William M. Leavitt, Mr. A. Richard 
ndersen, Mr. John T. Callahan, Mr. Charles E. Green 



ADMINISTRATION AND 



Business Manager 
Mr. Richard Coburn 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE 



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FACULTY 




Mr. Joseph G. L. Bourgeois 

Science 

Sponsor, Oceanography Club 

Board, National Honor Society 

Assembly Committee 



Literature, Composition 











Mr. Lawrence Apostolon 


Mr. Adolph Battista 


Mr. Michael ). Addesa 


Social Studies 


Career Development 


Social Studies 
Varsity Hockey Coach 


Mrs. Susan Beer 


Mr. David E. Berry 




English 


Music 


Mr. Robert Andersen 




Band, Football Band, Stage Band, 


Mathematics 




Brass Ensemble 


Miss Barbara Barr 

Mathematics 

Future Teachers Club 

Miss Mary Bohnen 

Foreign Language 

9th Grade Student Counci 





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Mr. )ohn L. Allen 

Social Studies 

Sr. Board of Directors 

Gridiron Club 

Staff Representative 

to School Policy Committee 

Mrs. Marie L. Anzelmo 

Business 

Drill Team - Twirler Advisor 

Student Faculty Committee 

Mrs. Christine Beagan 

English 
Modified Open Mind 



Miss Nancy Lee Boland 

Journalism 

Public Relations 




Mr. Arthur Bumpus 

Science 
Greenhouse Director 

Mr. Louis Caiana 
Career Development 



Mrs. Rena Brandmark 
Home Economics 



Mr. Martin Butler 

Physical Education 

Gymnastics 

Intramurals 

Ski Club 

Mr. Donald M. Carey 
Social Studies 

Varsity Basketball Coach 



Miss Rose S. Casparro 

Business 

Faculty Assembly Committee 

Mr. Richard Cohn 
Special Education 



Mr. Chris H. Christopher 

Mathematics 

Chess Club 

Mr. Frank Colosi 
Mechanical Drawing 



Mr. John Chuckran 
Career Development 

Mr. Jeffrey Colucci 

English 

Student Council Advisor 



Mr. Robert Clark 

Science 
Physiology Club 

Mr. James Comer 
Electro-Lab 




FACULTY 




Mr. Paul Connors 
Foreign Language Coordinator 

Mrs. Mary Cox 
Physical Education 



Miss Maureen Corcoran 

Physical Education 

Girls Basketball 

Jr. High Tennis 

Mr. David ). Cronin 

Business 

School Funds Manager 




Mr. Richard Coyle 
Social Studies 



. . . Instruments of 
Communication 



Mrs. Carol Davenport 

Home Economics 
Home Economics Club 

Mr. John Donovan 
Guidance 



Mr. Victor DeFelice 
Science (grade 9) 

Mr. Charles Dummer 
English 



Miss Marion F. Diemond 
Business Education Coordinator 

Mr. Bill Estes 
Science 



Mrs. Emma G. Donahue 

Health Room School Nurse 

Weight Control Seminar 

Mr. Lawrence Fallon 
Guidance 




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Mr. John Fisher 
Science 



Today and 
Tomorrow 




Mr. Michael Farrar 


Mr. William Farrell 


Mrs. Prudence Goodale 


Mis. Rum u. Gram. 


English 
Debate Club 


Guidance 


Social Studies 


English 




Miss Mary Foley 


Miss Sharon Grover 


Mr. William M. Guerriero 


Mr. John Foley 
English 


English 


Health Education 


Physical Education 
Freshman Football 


Mr. Alfred Galante 
Mathematics 


Mr. John Giuggio 
English 




Freshman Basketball 


Advisor to Math Club & Team 


Mrs. Katherinc Groon 






Mrs. Kathleen Grant 


Guidance 






Home Economics 









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Miss Mary Harkins 


Miss Marilyn R. Hawkes 




Mr. Peter Hampel 


Miss Barbara Hughes 


English 


Art 




Mathematics 


Art 


Grade 9 Basketball 






Business Manager 




Grade 9 Honor Society 


Mr. Sylvester Ingeme 
Librarian 




Blue & White Banner 


Mr. Robert Johnson 
English 


Mr. John Hurley 






Mrs. Lynne Harding 


Assistant Hockey Coach 


Business 






French 




Freshman Track Coach 




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Advisor to Cheerleaders 

Mr. Malcolm Hill 

Social Studies 

Coach, Track & Cross-Country 

Miss Susan Jackson 

Physical Education 

Girls Field Hockey 

Ski Club 

Intramural Gymnastics 


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Mrs. Maureen LaCroix 

English 

Faculty Assembly Committee 





Miss Susan Kuder 

Foreign Language 

French Club 



FACULTY 



Miss Julie Kallikatsos 
Foreign Language 

Mrs. Ann F. Kane 
English Coordinator 



Mr. Joseph Kane 




Mr. Paul M. Kelly 




Mathematics 




Business 




President Randolph Teachers 


Mrs. Victoria Karnakis 




Mr. Albert King 


Association 


Science 


Mr. Barry A. Knowles 
Special Education 


Science 


Mr. Paul King 


Miss Paula Klusas 


(Auxiliary Services — 


Mr. Melvan Kohn 


Science 


Foreign Language 


Resource Teacher) 


Social Studies 





Mrs. Priscilla Lafayette 
Guidance 

Mr. Paul Lehtinen 
Mathematics Coordinator 



Mr. Nicholas Mackey 

Business 

Technical Editor - Oracle 

Mr. Ronald Mavor 
Mathematics 



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Miss Linda Lambertson 
Health Education 

Mr. Ronald Lovett 
Social Studies Coordinator 



Miss Deborah A. Maloney 
English 

Mr. Andrew McCarthy 

Science 
Varsity Football Coach 





Mr. Andrew Leverone 
Mathematics 




Mr. Edward M. Mashrick 

English 
Advisor to Senior Class 




Mr. John McGillicuddy 
Social Studies 



FACULTY 




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Mr. Hugh McCusker 


Mr. Dennis ). McKee 




Mr. Donald ). Nelson 


Mrs. Jean Noblin 


English 


Business 




English 


English 




Junior Class Advisor 


Adv 


sor, National Honor Society 


Advisor to the 


Mr. Arthur Melia 






Advisor, Drama Club 


Blue & White Banner 


Science 


Mr. Michael Merrill 








Physiology Club 


Health Education 




Mr. Edward O'Connor 
Career Development 


Mr. Robert Olsen 
Science 


Miss Miriam Modricamin 


Mr. Arthur Mullaney 








Foreign Language 


Director of Guidance 








Mr. Kevin O'Brien 


Mr. William O'Brien 








Science 


Science 









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FACULTY 



Miss Barbara O'Neill 
Business 





Miss Carolyn L. Plati 

Business 
Cheerleading Advisor, 


Mr. Samuel Polio 
Mechanical Drawing 


Mr. John Gene Papa 

English 
Advisor to the Oracle 


Miss Ruth Perley 
Career Development 


Student-Faculty 
Assembly Committee 


Mrs. Barbara Rosenfield 
Foreign Language 


Mr. Gabriel Piemonte 
Social Studies 


Mr. Ronald Pirrera 
English 


Mr. Andrew ). Riley 
Graphic Arts 




Mr. Leonard Rapoza 
Director, Music 


Mrs. Carrie Regenstein 
Foreign Language 






Mr. Robert Russo 
Career Development 


Miss Francine R. Salinger 
Business 



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Science 
makes a 
better world. 





Mr. Donald Sarney 

English 

Assistant Football Coach 

Miss Lucy Schuman 
Health Education 



Mrs. Marylou Sawatzky 
Career Development 

Miss Linda Selleck 
Health Education 



Mr. Glen Sandner 
Power Mechanics 



Mr. Philip Shute 
Science 

Miss Dorothy Skeels 
Physical Education 



Mr. Steve Silva 
Physical Education 

Mrs. Ann Skelly 
Foreign Language 




FACULTY 




Mrs. Donna Spangler 


Miss Bernadette Spano 


Reading 


Social Studies 


Mrs. Nancy Swithers 


Mr. Norman Tardiff 


English 


Social Studies 




Freshman Football Coach 




Mrs. Rhona Strosahl 
Home Economics 



Business Education: 
Efficient, Accurate 







Mr. Paul Torney 


Mr. Edward Todd 




Physical Education 


Science 




J.V. Hockey 


Freshman Basketball Coach 




Intramurals 


Miss Lorraine Untz 




Mr. Stephen Vaillencourt 


Foreign Language 




Social Studies 


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Mr. John Tuite 
Mathematics 

Mr. Edward VanCor 



Mr. Thomas Turner 
Mathematics 

Mr. Anthony C. Vellante 
English 









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Mr. David B. Wahlgren 


Miss Maureen Watters 


Business 


English 


Senior Class Advisor 




Gridiron Club Director 


Miss Ellen Winder 




Art 


Mr. Henry Wiktorowicz 


Advisor, Art Club 


Music 




Stage Band Chorus 





Social Studies 
and Mathematics 



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Mr. Charles White 

Social Studies 

Sophomore Class Advisor 

Gridiron Club Director 




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Mr. Herbert Wolfer 
Science Coordinator 



Miss Eleanor Woodworth 
Guidance Counselor 



Mr. Joseph Zapustas 
Director of Physical Education 



Mr. John Zipeto 

Science 

School Policy Committee 



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NON-TEACHING 
PERSONNEL 





Cafeteria Manager 
Mrs. Gardner 



High School Secretaries: BOTTOM ROW: Louise Fleming, Rose Sim- 
mons, Mary J. Vennik TOP ROW: Barbara Walsh, Barbara Murray 




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LIBRARIAN 
Mrs. Arlene Appleton 



LIBRARIAN 

Mrs. Elaine Lansing 



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Vice-President 

Dolores Cammarata 




Secretary 
Alane Colcord 







President 

Stephen Campbel 



Treasurer 

Mary Ellen Dwyer 



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Senior Class Honors 





Stephen Campbell 
Senior Class 



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— President of the Lesley Bush — Oracle Business Manager 




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Thomas Bessette — President of the Stu- 
dent Council; Co-Editor-in-Chief of the 
Blue & White Banner. 




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Diane Nigrosh — Co-Editor-in-Chief of 
the Blue & White Banner. 





Clifford Brass - Co-Editor-in-Chief of 
the Blue & White Banner 



Andrea Gold — Top Ranking Senior 





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Ronald Raskind - President of the Na- 
tional Honor Society 



Janice Nelson - Best Business Student 




Lawrence dayman — Fditor-in-Chief of 
the Oracle 



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ELAINE AFARIAN 

Elaine 



CORINNE ANDERSEN 

Corinne 






GLORIA APPEL 

Gloria 



CAROL APROMOLLO 

Carol 



DEBRA AREY 

Debbie 




CRAIG AUSTIN 

Aus 





RONNIE AVINGER 

Ronnie 



RANDOLPH HIGH SCHOOL 








BARBARA BAIRD 

Barb 



PAULA BAKER 

Paula 





MARCY BALTIMORE 

Marcy 



MARY ANN BARKER 

Mary Ann 




CINDY BARROLL 

Cindy 





MARY ANN BALL 

Mary Ann 



The Wonderful World Of 
Randolph High School Is 



AFARIAN, Elaine — Future Homemakers' Club 12. 

ANDERSEN, Corinne — Future Teachers Club 10, 11, 12 (Vice-President); 
Honor Roll 11; Medical Career Club 10, 11, 12 (Secretary); Gridiron Club 
10, 11, 12. 

APPEL, Gloria 

APROMOLLO, Carol 

AREY, Debra — Honor Roll 11, 12; Gridiron Club 11, 12; Drum and Eugle 
Corps. 

AUSTIN, Craig — Spanish Club 10; Medical Career Club 12. 

AVINGER, Ronnie — Football 10, 11, 12; Track 10, 11, 12. 

BAIRD, Barbara — Track 11; Softball 12; Medical Career Club 12; Ski Club 
12; Color Guard 11,12 (Captain). 

BAKER, Paula — Future Homemakers' Club 12; Honor Roll 10, 11, 12 — Nat. 
Honor Soc. 11, 12; French Club 10, 12; Math Club 12; Latin Club 10; Randy 
Award Winner 11, Randy Award Nominee 10. 

BALL, Mary Ann — Basketball 10, 12; Band 10, 11; Chorus 10, 11, 12; Dra- 
matics Club 12; Medical Career Club 12; Stage Band Chorus. 

BALTIMORE, Marcy — History Club 11, 12; French Club 10, 11; Medical Ca- 
reer Club 11, 12; Oceanography Club 11; Photography Club 12; Yearbook 
Staff 12; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12; R.E.A.L. 10, 11; Hospital Volunteer. 

BARKER, Mary Ann — Basketball 11; Band 10, 11, 12; Chorus 10. 11, 12. 

BARROLL, Cindy — French Club 11; Spanish Club 11; Medical Career Club 
12. 

BASS, Irwin 

BATSON, Joseph 



IRWIN BASS 

Fish 



JOSEPH BATSON 

Joseph 



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SCOTT BELGARD 

Scotty 



MIKE BELITCH 

Mike 



DIANE BENJAMINO 

Diane 





MICHAEL BENOV 

Mike 



SUSAN M. BENVIE 

Sue 



BELGARD, Scott — Band 10, 11, 12; Chorus 12; Honor Roll 11; Blue & White 
Banner 11, 12: Stage Band 12; S.E.M.S.B.A. Crew 11. 

BELITCH, Mike — Swimming 11, 12; Soccer 11, 12; Chess Club 11; Library 
Staff 12: Oceanography Club 12. 

BENJAMINO, Diane — Twirlers 10. 11. 

BENOV, Michael — History Club 11, 12; Honor Roll 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 
10: Oceanography Club 10; Blue & White Banner 11,12. 

BENVIE, Susan M. — Cheerleaders 10, 11, 12; Honor Roll 10, 11, 12 — Nat. 
Honor Soc. 10, 11. 12; Student Council 10, 11, 12 (Sec), Stud. Advisory 
Cormm.; Yearbook Staff 12 — Faculty Editor, Homeroom Rep., Business 
Staff; GridironClub 10. 11, 12;'Randy Award Winner 10, 11; Powder Puff 
Football 10, 11; Talent Show 11; National Merit Letter of CommendaTion; 
Homeroom Rep. 1 1; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 1 1. 

BERLOW, Valerie — Dramatics Club 12; Future Homemakers' Club 12; Year- 
book Staff 12 — Faculty Editor, Homeroom Rep.; Gridiron Club 11, 12. 

BESSETTE, Thomas — Boys' State 11; History Club 11; Honor Roll 10, 11, 
12: Math Club 10; Blue & White Banner 10, 11, 12 — Editor in Chief; Student 
Council 11, 12 — School rep. for regional student Council; Student Council 
Advisory Board 10, 1 1; United Student Assembly 11,12 — Pres. 

BETTERMAN, Jill — Future Teachers' Club 10; Honor Roll 11. 

BETTI, Enrico — Football 11; Band 10, 11, 12; National Honor Society; Stage 
Band 10. 11, 12. 

BLACKER, Barry 

BLANCHARD, David 

BLEND, Suzanne — Future Teachers' Club 12; Spanish Club 10, 11, 12; 
French Club 10; Yearbook Staff — Homeroom rep. 

BLOOM, Michael —Chess Club 10, 11, 12; Dramatics Club 12; Honor Roll 10; 
Math Club 12; Yearbook Staff 12; Gridiron Club 11; Math Olympiad Test 10, 
11. 12. 

BLUMENTHAL, Pamela — History Club 11; Spanish Club 10, 11, 12; Medical 
Career Club 11, 12; French Club 10, 1 1; Gridiron Club 12. 

BOCCANFUSO, Dana 

BORDEN, George W. — Gridiron Club Member. 

BORDEN, William 




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THOMAS BESSETTE 

Tom 



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JILL BETTERMAN 

Jill 






ENRICO BETTI 

Rico 



BARRY BLACKER 

Barry 



DAVID BLANCHARD 

David 







SUZANNE BLEND 

Suzanne 




MICHAEL BLOOM 

Mike 





R. SARNI WORKS IN THE ELECTRO-LAB AS PART OF HIS CAREER 
DEVELOPMENT CURRICULUM. 



PAMELA BLUMENTHAL 

Pam 




DANA BOCCANFUSO 

Dana 




GEORGE W.BORDEN 

Fred 




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WILLIAM BORDEN 

William 



BORR. Susan — Dramatics Club 10. 11; History Club 11; Honor Roll 11. 12; 
French Club 10; Public Relations Club 10. 11; Yearbook Staff 12; Gridiron 
Club 10. 11. 12. 

BOUCHER. Lorrie 

BOWEN. Michaela — Future Homemakers' Club 12; Drill Team 11. 12; Public 
Relations Staff 1 1; Randy Award Nominee 10; Senior Prom Decorating Com- 
mittee 12: Senior Citizens Thanksgiving Dinner 12. 

BRADY, Jeffrey — Football 11. 12; Basketball 12; Baseball 11; Track 12; 
Hockey 10. 11: History Club 1*1, 12; Honor Roll 10; Yearbook Staff — Assis- 
tant Sports Editor; Gridiron Club 10. 1 1. 12. 

BRADY. Sharon 

BRASS. Clifford — Chairman, School Policy Committee 12; Tennis 10. 11, 
12; Dramatic Club 11. 12 Jun. Class Play. Sen. Class Play; Honor Roll 10, 
11. 12: Nafl. Honor Society 10. 11, 12; Math Club 10, 11; Blue & White Ban- 
ner 10. 11. 12 — Ed. in Chief 12. Assoc. Edit. 11; United Student Assembly 
10. 11. 12: Math Team 10. 11. 12; R.E.A.L — President 10, 11, 12. 




11. 12; J.V. Hockey 10; Gridiron Club 11, 



BRODIL. Arthur — Golf Team 10. 
12: Ski Club 11. 12. 

BROLIN. Paula — Honor Roll 10. 1 1. 

BROTHERS, Debra — Homeroom Rep. 12; Dramatics Club 10, 11; Future 
Teachers' Club 10; Honor Roll 10. 11. 12; Spanish Club 10; French Club 10, 
12: Library Staff 11: Yearbook Staff 12; Randy Award Nominee 11; Language 
Lab Assistant 1 1. 

BROUSSARD, Paul 

BROWN, Debora — Drill Team 11.12. 

BROWN, Donna 

BROWN, Lauretta — Future Homemakers' Club 12; Santa's Dream Decorat- 
ing Committee 12; Senior Prom Decorating Committee 12; Powder Puff 
Football 10. 

BROWN, Priscilla — Band 10, 1 1. 12: Chorus 11.12. 

BROYLES, Katherine — Dramatics Club 12; Future Teachers' Club 12; His- 
tory Club 12; Gridiron Club 10. 11, 12. 

BUCKLEY, William 



SUSAN BORR 

Susan 




LORRIE BOUCHER 

Lorrie 




MICHAELA BOWEN 

Mike 



JEFFREY BRADY 

Jeff 







SHARON BRADY 

Sharon 



CLIFFORD BRASS 

Cliff 



ARTHUR BRODIL 

Boots 



PAULA BROLIN 

Paula 



BULMAN, Beverly — Future Homemakers' Club 12; Powder Puff Football; 
Senior Prom Decorating Committee 10, 11, 12; Santa's Dream Decorating 
Committee 12: GridironClub 11, 12. 



BURNS, Gail — Drill team 12; Powder Puff Football 10, 12. 

BUSH, Leslie — Homeroom Rep. 10, 11, 12; Student Council 10, 11, 



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Treas. 11, Social Committee Chair. 12; Yearbook staff 12 — Bus. Manager; 
Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 11; S.F.A.B. 
11; Mass. State Regional Student Council Rep. 12; Student Faculty Assembly 
Committee 12; Drill team 12. 

BYRNES, Eileen — GridironClub 11, 12. 





DEBRA BROTHERS 

Debbie 



PAUL BROUSSARD 

Paul 



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DEBORA BROWN 

Deb 



DONNA BROWN 

Donna 



LAURETTA BROWN 

Brownie 



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PRISCILLA BROWN 

Cilia 



KATHERINE BROYLES 

Kathi 







WILLIAM BUCKLEY 

William 



BEVERLY BULMAN 

Bubbles 



GAIL BURNS 

Gail 



MARK BURNS 

Thugger 




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LESLIE BUSH 

Bush 




EILEEN BYRNES 

Eileen 




A. MALTZ DISPLAYS HER ARTISTIC ABILITY ON A WALL OF ONE OF THE 
CORRIDORS. 








DOLORES CAMMARATA 

Dolores 



STEVE CAMPBELL 

Morocco 






ANNECAHILL 

Anne 



JOHNCAHILL 

Billy 





MAUREEN CALLINAN 

Maureen 



ANN M. CAMMARATA 

Annie 



. . . Painting Murals On 
The Corridor Walls. 




PAULCANAVAN 

Paul 



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WILLIAM CERRATO 

Bill 



JOSEPH CHAFFEE 

Joe 



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Anne 




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MICHAEL CHARTER 

Mike 




JUDITH CHERNAIK 

Judy 



CAHILL, Anne 

CAHILLJohn 

CALLINAN, Maureen 

CAMMARATA, Ann M. — Yearbook Staff 
Club 11, 12; Girl's Basketball 10. 



Homeroom Rep. 12; Gridiron 



CAMMARATA, Dolores — Public Relations Club 10, 11, 12; Quill & Scroll 
Club 11, 12; Blue & White Banner 12; Yearbook Staff — Business Editor 12; 
Powder Puff Football 10, 11, 12; S.F.A.B. 10; Junior Prom Decorating Com- 
mittee 11; Senior Citizens Dinner 12; Intramural Drama Festival 11; Radio 
Staff 11, 12; Variety Show 11, 12; Senior Assembly Committee 10, Vice-Pres- 
ident 10, 12. 

CAMPBELL, Steve — President of Senior Class. 

CANAVAN, Paul — Hockey 10. 

CAREY, Pat — Football 10, 11, 12. 

CERRATO, William 

CHAFFEE, Joseph 

CHAPPUIS, Anne — Honor Roll 10; French Club 10; Medical Career Club 10, 
11, 12; Yearbook Staff 12 — Homeroom Rep.; Randy Award Nominee 11: 
Powder Puff Football 10, 11; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 11; Grid- 
iron Club 10, 11, 12. 

CHARTER, Michael — Track 12; Library Staff 10, 11; Student Council 12; 
United Student Assembly 12; Science Club 10; Drama Festival 12. 

CHERNAIK, Judith — Future Teachers' Club 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 10, 
1 1; Yearbook Staff 12 — Homeroom Rep.; French Club 10. 

CHEW, Millie — Future Homemaken' Club 12; Medical Career Club 10, 11, 
12 — VicePres. ll.Pres. 12. 

CHUDNOFSKY, Barry — Soccer 12; Boys' State 11; Honor Roll 10, 11, 12; 
Blue & White Banner 11, 12; YearboDk Staff 12; Ecology Club 11; Intramu- 
rals 10, 11. 

CIVITA, Paula — Track 11, 12 — Manager; Future Homemakers' Club 10. 

CLAPP, Alan — Track 11, 12; Honor Roll 10; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12; Ski 
Club 10, 11, 12; Smoke Out 10. 




I 

MILLIE CHEW 

Millie 




BARRY CHUDNOFSKY 

Chud 





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PAULA CIVITA 

Paula 



ALAN CLAPP 

Alan 





ROWENACLAY 

Rena 



LAWRENCE A. CLAYMAN 

Larry 



. . . Waiting In Line To 
Use The Telephone. 




THEODORE COCHIS 

Ted 



CHERYL A. COHEN 

Cheri 






BRADLEY CLEMENS 

Brad 





JAMES CLEMENTS 

James 



LAURA COBB 

Laura 



ELAINE COHEN 

Laney 



EMILY COHEN 

Emily 



CLAY, Rowena 

CLAYMAN, Lawrence A. — Dramatics Club 10, 11, 12 — Vice Pres. 12; Quill 
& Scroll Club 12; Blue & White Banner 12 — Bus. Manager — Yearbook Staff 
12 — Editor-in-Chief; French Club 10; Latin Club 10; School Play 10, 11, 12; 
International Thespian Society 12 — Treasurer; Randy Award Nominee 10, 
11; Intramural Drama Festival 11, 12; Gridiron Club 11, 12; Senior Citizens 
Dinner 12. 

CLEMENS, Bradley — Band 10, 11, 12; Chorus 10, 11, 12; Honor Roll 10; 
Stage Band 10, 11, 12. 

CLEMENTS, James 

COBB, Laura 

COCHIS, Theodore — Baseball 10, 11, 12; Soccer 12; Oceanography Club 
12. 

COHEN, Cheryl A. — Art Career Club 10, 1 1, 12; Dramatics Club 10, 1 1; Fu- 
ture Homemakers' Club 10; Future Teachers' Club 11, 12; French Club 10. 

COHEN, Elaine — Future Teachers' Club 10, 1 1; Photography Club 10. 

COHEN, Emily — Dramatics Club 10, 12; History Club 11; French Club 10; 
Latin Club 10; Quill & Scroll Club 11, 12; Blue & White Banner 12 — News 
Editor; Randy Award Winner 11, Randy Award Nominee 11. 

COHEN, Jeffrey D. — Baseball 10, 12; Hockey 10, 11. 12; History Club 11, 12; 
Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12; Ski Club 10. 

COLCORD, Alane — Class Secretary 10, 11, 12; Honor Roll 10, 11, 12; Drill 
Team 10, 11, 12; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12; Oracle Business Staff 12; Junior 
Prom Decorating Committee 11; Drill Team Lieut. 12. 

COLE, Robert 

COLLINS, Donna — Student Council 10; Honor Roll 10; Majorettes 11, 12; 
Student Council 10; Student Council Service Club 10, 11; Yearbook Staff 
12, Senior Editor, Homeroom Rep.; Powder Puff Football 10, 11, 12; Junior 
Prom Decorating Committee 11; Senior Prom Decorating Committee; Vari- 
ety Show 12; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12. 

CONNORS, Barry —Track 12 

COOPER, Howard 

COSTA, Carol — Art Career Club 10, 1 1; Dramatics Club 10; Spanish Club 10, 
11; Medical Career Club 10; Yearbook Staff 12; Homeroom Representative 
12. 



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JEFFREY D. COHEN 

Jefro 



ALANECOLCORD 

Al 



ROBERT COLE 

Robert 




DONNA COLLINS 

Donna 





BARRY CONNORS 

Barry 





HOWARD COOPER 

Howard 



CAROL COSTA 

Carol 



C. AUSTIN HOLDS UP THE LINE AS HE CONTINUES TO TALK TO "?"! 



COTE, Robert — Football 11; Gridiron Club 12. 

COURTNEY, Lois — Honor Roll 11; Randy Award Nominee (2) 11; AMVET 
Drum Corps. 





ROBERT COTE 

Bob 



LOIS COURTNEY 

Lois 



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D. SIMMONS HELPS C. LUNDGREN WITH HIS SCHOOL WORK. 




CLAYTON COX 

Clay 





GARY COX 

Gary 




MURIEL CRAYTON 

Muriel 



JEAN M.CROWLEY 

Jeanne 







PAULCUNNIFF 

Paul 



REID CUNNINGHAM 

Reid 



STEVEN DAILEY 

Bush 





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MARIE DALEY 


CATHERINE ALEXANDRIA 


Marie 


DAVIDSON 




"Little Rebel" 




"Cath" 



COX, Clayton — Football 11; Track 12; Tennis 10, 11, 12. 

COX, Gary 

CRAYTON, Muriel 

CROWLEY, Jean M. — Dramatics Club 12; Future Homemakers' Club 10, 11, 
12; Medical Career Club 10, 11, 12; Randy Award Nominee 10; Gridiron Club 
10, 11, 12. 

CUNNIFF, Paul — Hockey 10, 11, 12; Gridiron Club 11, 12. 

CUNNINGHAM, Reid 

DAILEY, Steven — Football 10, 11, 12; Track 11. 

DALEY, Marie 

DAVIDSON, Catherine Alexandria — Art Club 11; Gridiron Club 11, 12; Randy 
Award Nominee 10. 

DAVIDSON, Michelle — Future Teachers' Club 10; Honor Roll 11; Medical 
Career Club 12; Oceanography Club 10; Blue & White Banner 11; French 
Club 10, 12; Science Club 10; Gridiron Club 10; Volunteer — Hollywell 
Nursing Home; Vivian Lee Curtis Memorial Award — Temple Beth Am. 

DAVIDSON, Susan — French Club 10. 

DEAN, Lisa — Dramatics Club 10, 11, 12; Future Teachers' Club 10, 11, 12; 
History Club 10; French Club 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 11, 12; Latin Club 
10; Medical Career Club 12; Photography Club 12; Yearbook Staff 12; Ski 
Club 10. 

DeCOURCEY, Robert 

DeMELIM, Ronald — Baseball 10; Gridiron Club 10. 

DeMITA, Patti — Cheerleaders 10, 11, 12; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12; Powder 
Puff Football 10, 11, 12. 

DERDERIAN, Mark — Basketball 12; Chess Club 10; Debating Club 10; Med- 
ical Career Club 11; Oceanography Club 12; Stage Crew; Ski Club 10, 11. 12; 
Mountain Climbing 12. 

DERRY, Linda — Art Club 11, 12 — Secretary 12; Future Homemakers' Club 
12; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12. 




MICHELLE DAVIDSON 

Shelley 




SUSAN DAVIDSON 

Susan 





LISA DEAN 

Lisa 



ROBERT DECOURCEY 

Bob 




RONALD DeMELIM 

Spic 





PATTI DeMITA 

Patti 



MARK DERDERIAN 

Da-bad-eran 




LINDA DERRY 

Linda 



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DAVID DESISTO 

David 



DENISE DESTEFANIS 

Denise 



PAULA DIAMOND 

Paula 




MARY DIAUTO 

Mary 




PEGGY DICHIARA 

Peggy 










DEBRADiCINQUE 

Debbie 





STANLEY DILLIS 

Stan 




AL DiMASCIO 

Al 



•*- f 








MARY DILORETI 

Mary 



C. HORTON AND D. BENJAMINO 
CHECK FOR ANYONE WHO MAY 
STOP THEM FROM LEAVING THE 
CAFETERIA. 




VIRGINIA DiROCCO 

Ginny 





MAXINE DOBRO 

Max 



NANCY DOHERTY 

Nancy 




SUE DOLINSKY 

Sue 






JOYCE DiSTASIO 

Joyce 



. . . Sneaking Food Out 
Of Open Campus. 



DeSISTO, DAVID 

DESTEFANIS, Denise — Treasurer — Sophomore Class; Honor Roll 11; 
Twirlers 10, 11, 12 — Lieut. 11, Captain 12; Super Secretary 12; Gridiron 
Club 10, 11; Randy Award Winner 10, 11. 

DIAMOND, Paula — Future Teachers' Club 10, 11; Medical Career Club 10; 
Spanish Club 10, 11, 12; Gridiron Club 10. 

DIAUTO, Mary — Basketball 11; Gridiron Club 10, 11; Powder Puff Football 
10. 

DICHIARA, Peggy — Future Teachers' Club 12; Honor Roll 10, 11, 12; Gridi- 
ron Club 10, 11, 12. 

DiCINQUE, Debra — Future Homemakers' Club 12; Spanish Club 11; Drill 
Team 11, 12; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12; Randy Nominee 11. 

DILLIS, Stanley — Honor Roll 10; Gridiron Club 11, 12. 

DILORETI, Mary — Basketball 11, 12; Gridiron Club 11, 12. 

DiMASCIO.AI — Gridiron Club 11, 12. 

DiROCCO, Virginia — Baseball 11 — Manager; Art Career Club 10, 11, 12; 
Future Homemakers' Club 10, 11; Honor Roll 11, 12; Medical Career Club 11; 
Student Council Service Club 11; Yearbook Staff — Faculty Editor, Home- 
room rep.; Recreation Club 11; HIBRO 10, 11; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12; 
Randy Award Nominee 11; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 11. 

DiSTASIO, Joyce — Basketball 11, 12; Softball 12; Field Hockey 12; Gridi- 
ron Club 10, 12. 

DOBRO, Maxine — Dramatics Club 10, 11; History Club 11, 12; Honor Roll 
10, Nat'l Honor Soc. 11; French Club 10, 11, 12; Medical Career Club 11, 12; 
Oceanography Club 11; School Play 11; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12; R.E.A.L. 
10, 11; Randy Award Winner — Chemistry, Math, French; Hospital Volunteer; 
M.I.T. Independent Studies Program. 

DOHERTY, Nancy — Debating Club 12; History Club 12; Medical Career Club 
12. 

DOLINSKY, Sue — Gridiron Club 12. 

DONOGHUE.AnneM. — Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12; Ski Club 10. 

DONOVAN, Joan — Cheerleaders 10, 11, 12; Honor Roll 12; Senior Board of 
Directors 12; Student Council 10; Yearbook Staff 12 — Senior Editor, Home- 
room Rep. 12; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12; Super Secretary 12; Junior Prom 
Decorating Committee 11; Senior Citizens Dinner 12. 



ANNE M. DONOGHUE 

Anne 



JOAN DONOVAN 

Joannie 



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SUSAN DONOVAN 

Sue 



SHARON DOOLEY 

Sharon 



MAUREEN DOUCETTE 

Maureen 




DIANNE E. DOYLE 

Dianne 





LOUISE DRISCOLL 

Sissy 



JOHN DUPRAS 

Jay 



DONOVAN, Susan — Yearbook Staff 12; Super Clerk 12; Gridiron Club 10, 
11. 12; Powder Puff Football 10. 11. 12. 

DOOLEY, Sharon — Honor Roll 10. 11, 12; Medical Career Club 12; Gridiron 
Club 11. 12. 

DOUCETTE, Maureen — Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12; Santa's Dream ecorat- 
ing Committee. 

DOYLE, Dianne E. — French Club 10. 

DRISCOLL, Louise 

DUPRAS, John — Honor Roll 11; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12; Ski Club 10, 11, 
12. 

DWYER, Mary Ellen — Treasurer of Sophomore, Junior and Senior Class; 
Homeroom Representative 10, 11, 12; Honor Roll 10, 11, 12; Senior Board of 
Directors: Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 11; 
Powder Puff Football 10. 

EARLEY, Sandra Jean — Gridiron Club 12. 

ELLIS, Peter — Gridiron Club 10. 1 1. 

EMMER, Elaine — Latin Club 10, Secretary; High Honors 10, 11, 12 — Secre- 
tary, Nat'l Honor Society; French Club, Secretary; R.E.A.L. 10, 11; Randy 
Award Winner, Randy Award Nominee. 

FACTOR, Barbara 

FAHEY, Lisa — Class Vice President 10, 11; Homeroom Representative 10, 
11; Powder Puff Football 10; Basketball 12; Intramurals 10; Drill Team 11, 
12: Yearbook Staff 12; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12; Sewing Club 12; Junior 
Prom Decorating Committee 11. 

FARRAGHER, Anne — Homeroom Representative 11; Honor Roll 11; Drill 
Team 12: Medical Career Club 11. 12; Yearbook Staff 12; Gridiron Club 10, 
11. 12; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Randy Award Nominee 10. 

FELDMAN, Nancy — Dramatics Club 10; Future Teachers' Club 10, 1 1, 12 — 
Treasurer (12); Honor Roll 11; French Club 10; Latin Club 10; Yearbook Staff 
12 — Faculty Editor: Gridiron Club 12; Randy Award Nominee 11. 

FELIX, Loretta 

FERNALD, Dana — Football 10; Student Council 10. 

FERRARO, John — Honor Roll 10; Gridiron Club 10. 1 1, 12. 

FERRIN, Howard — Dramatics Club 12; Honor Roll 10; Oceanography Club 
10, 11; Public Relations Club 12; Blue & White Banner 12; R.E.A.L. 10, 11, 12. 




MARY ELLEN DWYER 

Melon 





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SANDRA JEAN EARLEY 

Sandy 



PETER ELLIS 

Peter 






ELAINE EMMER 

Elaine 



BARBARA FACTOR 

Barbara 



LISA FAHEY 

Lisa 




ANNE FARRAGHER 

Anne 




NANCY FELDMAN 

Nancy 





J. SIMMONS BECOMES SO INVOLVED WITH HIS BOOK THAT HE'S 
OBLIVIOUS TO THE REST OF THE CLASS. 



LORETTA FELIX 

Loretta 





DANAFERNALD 

Dana 



JOHN FERRARO 

John 




HOWARD FERRIN 

Howie 



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FISHER. Jacquelyn — Dramatics Club 1 1. 12: French Club 10. 11. 12; Span- 
ish Club 10. 11. 12: GndironClub 10, 11. 12. 

FITCH. Martin — Football 11. 12: Track 1 1: Gridiron Club 11. 12: Work Study 
12 

FOGELNEST. Debra — Future Teachers' Club 11. 12: Yearbook Staff 12; 
Honor Roll 12. 

FOMAN. Arlene — Dramatics Club 12. 

FRANK. Steven — History Club 11. 12 — President (1 1): Ski Club 10 — Presi- 
dent. 

FRANKLIN, Pat — Honor Roll 10 — Nat'l Honor Soc. 11; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 
12 

FRASER. David 

FURMAN. Philip — Chess Club 10: Library Staff 10. 

GALLAGHER, Eugene — Football 10. 11; Student Council 10; A.V. 10, 11. 

GALLAGHER. Marie — Honor Roll 10. 11. 12: Gridiron Club 10, 11. 12; Pow- 
der Puff Football 10. 11. 

GALLAGHER. Neal — Football 10. 1 1. 12; Baseball 10; Track 11; Randy Award 
Winner. 

GALLAGHER. Susan — Powder Puff Football 10; History Club 11,12 — Sec- 
retary (12): Honor Roll 10; Medical Career Club 10; Public Relations Club 
11. 12: Quill & Scroll Club 11, 12; Yearbook Staff 12 — Activities Editor, 
Homeroom Rep.; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Radio Staff 1 1; Randy 
Award Winner 10. 

GARBER. George — Band 10. 11. 12; Chorus 10. 11, 12; Stage Band 10, 11, 
12. 

GARBER, Karen — Future Teacher's Club 12; Medical Career Club 12; Year- 
book Staff 12 — Homeroom Representative; Gridiron Club 11, 12. 

GARDNER, John — Dramatics Club 12; Library Staff 10. 1 1. 

GARVEY.Paul 

GASS, Barbara — Future Teachers' Club 11. 12; History Club 11. 12; Honor 
Roll 10. 11; French Club 10. 11. 12; Yearbook Staff 12 — Business Staff; 
R.E.A.L. ll:GridironClub 10. 11. 12; Randy Award Nominee 10, 11. 




JACQUELYN FISHER 

Jacquelyn 





MARTIN FITCH 

Marty 




COLLEEN FITZGERALD 

Colleen 



DEBRA FOGELNEST 

Debra 






ARLENE FOMAN 

Fomanchu 



STEVEN FRANK 

Steven 



PAT FRANKLIN 

Pat 



DAVID FRASER 

Dave 



GATELY, Paul — Baseball 10; Hockey 10, 11; Band 10; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 
12. 

GENATOSSIO, Steve — Gridiron Club 11, 12. 

GILBERT, Michael 





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PHILIP FURMAN 

Furburger 



EUGENE GALLAGHER 

Geno 




MARIE GALLAGHER 

Marie 



. . . Trying To Sneak Out Of 
School When You Have An 
Eighth Period Study. 





JOHN GARDNER 

John 



PAUL GARVEY 

Paul 




STEPHEN GENATOSSIO 

Geno 




NEAL GALLAGHER 

Poopsie 




GEORGE GARBER 

Gerb 



BARBARA GASS 

Barb 






SUSAN GALLAGHER 

Susan 




KAREN GARBER 

Garba 




PAUL GATELY 

Paul 




MICHAEL GILBERT 

Mike 



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S. BORR TRIES TO HELP M. DOBRO OPEN HER LOCKER. 




ANDREA GOLD 

Andrea 



LISA GOLDBERG 

Lisa 






STEPHEN GILBERT 

Steve 



FRANCINEGILL 

Gilli 





MARLENE GLAZER 

Marlene 



NANCY GLAZER 

Nancy 




. ■ . Trying To Open A 
Locker That Won't Open. 




iW 







ELISA GOLDMAN 

Elisa 



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MARC GOLDMAN 

Marc 



MARCY GOLDMAN 

Marcy 






PAMELA GOLDSTEIN 

Pam 



KATHLEEN GOOD 

Kathy 



GERI GOODMAN 

Geri 





GOODSTEIN, David 

GOODWIN, Doug 

GRANT, Jerrill — Future Teachers' Club 12; French Club 10, 11; Latin Club 
10, 11; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12. 

GREEN, Barry — Art Career Club 1 1, 12; Art Editor — Modified Open Mind 12; 
Randy Award Nominee 10. 

GREEN, Susan E. — Honor Roll 10; Drill Team 11, 12 — 2nd Lieut. (12); Pub- 
lic Relations Club 11, 12. 



DAVID GOODSTEIN 

David 



DOUG GOODWIN 

Doug 



GILBERT, Stephen — Debating Club 11; History Club 11; Honor Roll 12; Math 
Club 12. 

GILL, Francine — Honor Roll 11; Drill Team 12; Gridiron Club 11, 12; Junior 
Prom Decorating Committee 11; Powder Puff Football 11; Senior Prom Dec- 
orating Committee 12. 

GLAZER, Marlene — Honor Roll 10, 1 1. 

GLAZER, Nancy — Future Teachers' Club 11, 12; Spanish Club 10, 11 —Sec- 
retary; Yearbook Staff 12 — Homeroom Representative; Oceanography 
Club 12; Gridiron Club 11, 12. 

GOLD, Andrea — Dramatics Club 10, 11, 12; Honor Roll 10, 11, 12 — Nat'l 
Honor Society 10, 11, 12; Blue & White Banner 11, 12 — Feature Editor (12); 
French Club 10; Latin Club 10 — President; National Thespian Society — 
Vice-President; Distinguished Acting Award (Intramural Drama Festival); 
Randy Award Winner 10, 11. 

GOLDBERG, Lisa — Dramatics Club 10; Future Teachers' Club 12; Honor 
Roll 10; Medical Career Club 12; French Club 9; Gridiron Club 11, 12; Nursing 
Home Volunteer; Randolph Community Theater. 

GOLDMAN, Elisa — Future Teachers' Club 10; History Club 11, 12; Honor 
Roll 10, 11; French Club 12; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12; R.E.A.L. 11, 12. 

GOLDMAN, Marc — Tennis 11, 12; Soccer 11, 12; Band 11; Chess Club 11. 

GOLDMAN, Marcy — Future Teachers' Club 12. 

GOLDSTEIN, Pamela — Future Teachers' Club 11, 12; Spanish Club 10, 11; 
Yearbook Staff 12 — Homeroom representative. 

GOOD, Kathleen — Baseball 11, 12 — Mgr.; Tennis 11, 12; Chorus 11, 12; 
Dramatics Club 10, 11, 12 — Treasurer; History Club 11; Oceanography 
Club 10, 11; Yearbook Staff 12 — Business Staff; Stage Band Chorus 11; 
R.E.A.L. 11, 12; School Play 11; Intramural Drama Festival 11, 12. 

GOODMAN, Geri — Dramatics Club 10; French Club 10; Ski Club 10; Gridiron 
Club 11. 





JERRILL GRANT 

Jerri 



BARRY GREEN 

Barry 




SUSAN E.GREEN 

Susan 



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SUSAN M.GREEN 

Sue 



JEFFREY GREENBERG 

Greeny 



JOAN GREENBERG 

Joan 



. Swimming. 





RICHARD GREENBERG 

Arnie 



NEIL GREENE 

Neil 





RICHARD GRENIER 

Rich 



ROBERT GUINEY 

"B" 





GREEN, Susan M. — Powder Puff Football 10, 11, 12; Girls Basketball 10, 
11, 12; Field Hockey 12 — Co-Capt.; Tennis 10, 11, 12 — Co-Capt.; Honor 
Roll 11, 12; Public Relations Club 11, 12; Quill & Scroll Club 11, 12; Blue & 
White Banner 12; Radio Program 11, 12; Gridiron Club 11, 12; Ski Club 12; 
Randy Awards Nominee 10; Randy Awards Winner 11. 

GREENBERG, Jeffrey — Debating Club 10, 1 1. 

GREENBERG, Joan 

GREENBERG, Richard — Hockey 10, 11; Golf 10, 11, 12; Blue & White Banner 
11; Yearbook Staff 12; HIBRO; SMOKE-OUT; R.E.A.L. 

GREENE, Neil — Band 10, 11, 12; Chorus 10, 11, 12; Stage Band 10, 11, 12. 

GRENIER, Richard — Baseball 10 

GUINEY, Robert — Track 11; Soccer 12; Debating Club 12; History Club 11; 
Honor Roll 12; Student Council 12. 

GULCZYNSKI, Joanne — Honor Roll 10, 12; Drill Team 1 1, 12 — 1st Lt; Year- 
book Staff 12v — Homeroom Representative; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12 — Of- 
ficer; Junior Prom Decorating Committee. 

HALPERN, Judith — French Club 10, 11; Medical Career Club 12; Gridiron 
Club 10, 11, 12. 

HARTY.Jean 

HAWKINS, Theresa 

HEFFERNAN, Stephen — Oceanography Club 10. 

HERSHOFF, Rhonda — Honor Roll 11; Medical Career Club 11, 12 — Secre- 
tary (12); Volunteer — Hollywell Nursing Home. 

HESS, John — Football 10 — Manager; Gridiron Club 10, 1 1, 12. 

HETHERINGTON, Leo 

HILLS, Robert — Senior Board of Directors 12; Student Council 12; Student 
Council Service Club 12; Gridiron Club 10. 11, 12; Ski Club 10, 11, 12; School 
Policy Committee Member. 

HOAGLAN, Bruce 

HOEG, Bruce — Basketball 10. 



JOANNE GULCZYNSKI 

Jo 



JUDITH HALPERN 

Judith 



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JEAN HARTY 

Jean 



THERESA HAWKINS 

Theresa 



STEPHEN HEFFERNAN 

Stephen 




RHONDA HERSHOFF 

Rhonda 





JOHN HESS 

John 






LEO HETHERINGTON 

Leo 



ROBERT HILLS 

Hillsie 




BRUCE HOAGLAN 

Bruce 




BRUCE HOEG 

Bruce 



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B. CHUDNOFSKY AND L. ROSOFF EXAMINE A PIG DURING PHYSIOLOGY. 







DENNIS HOEY 

Hoe 



GARY HOITT 

Gary 



b 






JOHN HOGAN 

John 



ff# 




DAVID HOLT 

David 



CAROL HORTON 

Carol 



GEORGE HORTON 

George 



PAMELA HURLEY 

Pamela 




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STEVE HURVITZ 

Steve 




KATHLEEN IOTTE 

Kathleen 



HOEY, Dennis — Football 10, 11; Baseball 10, 11; Field Hockey 11; Student 
Council 10, 11; United Student Assembly 10, 11. 

HOGAN.John 

HOITT, Gary — Band 10, 11, 12; Debating Club 10; Boys' State 11 — Nomi- 
nee; Honor Roll 10, 11, 12 — Nat'l Honor Soc. 11; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12; 
Stage Band 10, 11; Pit Band 11. 

HOLT, David — Band 10. 11, 12. 

HORTON, Carol — Future Homemakers' Club 12; Recreation Club 11. 
HORTON, George — Band 10, 11, 12. 

HURLEY, Pam — Gridiron Club 11, 12. 

HURVITZ, Steve — Football 10; History Club 11, 12; Oceanography Club 12; 
Spanish Club 10, 11, 12; Gridiron Club 11, 12. 

IOTTE, Kathleen — Gridiron Club 10, 1 1. 

IRONS, Joanne — Medical Career Club 12; Gridiron Club 10, 1 1, 12. 

ISAACSON, Roy 

JABLONSKI, Bonnie — Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12. 

JOBE, Jill — Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12. 

JOHNSTON, Anna 

JORDAN, Karla — Dramatics Club 12; Future Homemakers' Club 12; Grid- 
iron Club 10, 11, 12. 

KAIDEL, Kathy — Randy Award Nominee 10. 

KALITSIS, Peter — History Club 12; Randy Award Nominee; M. I. T. High 
School Studies Program. 




JOANNE IRONS 

Joanne 




ROY ISAACSON 

Roy 



. . . Dissecting Animals 
In Physiology. 






BONNIE JABLONSKI 

Bonnie 



JILL JOBE 

Jill 



ANNA JOHNSTON 

Anna 




KARLA JORDAN 

Karla 




KATHY KAIDEL 

Kathy 




PETER KALITSIS 

Peter 



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BONNIE KAPLAN 

Bonnie 



MIKEKARP 

Mike 



STEPHANIE KARP 

Stephanie 






MARY KEARNEY 

Mary 



HELEN KEENE 

Helen 



MARK KENNEDY 

Mark 




TOM KENNEDY 

Tom 




KATHLEEN KINSMAN 

Kathy 





JOAN KENNY 

Joan 



A. PERRY AND MR. WHITE PRAC- 
TICE JITTERBUGGING IN THE AU- 
DITORIUM IN PREPARATION FOR 
THE "GREASER NIGHT" DANCE 
SPONSORED BY THE SOPHOMORE 
CLASS. 




ELEANOR KNIGHTS 

Eleanor 




ROBERT KOMICH 

Robert 




PETER KOURAFAS 

Henry 





NEILKOLIKOF 

Neil 




STEVEN KOPLOW 

Steve 





LLOYD KOLTOV 

Lloyd 



. . . Learning To Dance 
During A Free Period. 



KAPLAN, Bonnie — Honor Roll 10. 

KARP, Mike 

KARP, Stephanie — Medical Career Club 1 1, 12; Hospital Candy Striper. 

KEARNEY, Mary 

KEENE, Helen— Track 10; Honor Roll 10, 11, 12; Gridiron Club 11, 12; Randy 
Award 10; Randy Award Nominee 10. 

KENNEDY, Mark —Track 12. 

KENNEDY, Tom — Track 10; Wrestling Team 12; Honor Roll 10; Gridiron 
Club 10, 11, 12. 

KENNY, Joan — Yearbook Staff 12 — Homeroom Representative; Gridiron 
Club 12. 

KINSMAN, Kathleen — Girls' Basketball 10, 11, 12; Band 10; Honor Roll 12; 
Student Council Service Club 11; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12; Homeroom Rep- 
resentative 10, 11. 

KNIGHTS, Eleanor 

KOLIKOF, Neil — Latin Club 10; Latin Club Newspaper 10. 

KOLTOV, Lloyd — Honor Roll 11. 

KOMICH, Robert — Band 10, 11, 12; Honor Roll 10, 12; Swimming 11, 12. 

KOPLOW, Steven — Soccer 12. 

KOURAFAS, Peter 

KRAVITZ, Debra — Future Teachers' Club 10, 11; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12; 
French Club 10, 11. 

KRECKLER, Theresa — Future Teachers' Club 11, 12; Spanish Club 11, 12; 
Gridiron Club 10, 11. 



DEBRA KRAVITZ 

Deb 



THERESA KRECKLER 

Terri 



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KAREN KRONMILLER 

Karen 



CHERYL LA FARGE 

Fudgie 



GRACE LANDY 

Duck 






ARLENELAPPEN 

Arlene 



EILEEN LAPPEN 

Eileen 



PATRICIA LAVIN 

Pat 



KRONMILLER, Karen — President of Sophomore Class; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 10, 11, 12; Gymnastics 12; Honor Roll 10, 11, 12; Drill Team 11, 12; Stu- 
dent Council 10: Student Council Advisory Board 10; Student Council Ser- 
vice Club 10; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; 
Variety Show 11; Randy Award Nominee 10, 11. 

LA FARGE, Cheryl —Gridiron Club 11, 12; Senior Citizens Dinner 12; Junior 
Prom Decorating Committee. 

LANDY, Grace — Future Teachers' Club 10; Ski Club 11, 12; Gridiron Club 
10. 11. 12. 

LAPPEN, Arlene — Dramatics Club 10, 11. 12; History Club 11; Honor Roll 
10. 11. 12 — Nat'l. Honor Soc; French Club 10; Spanish Club 10, 11; Blue & 
White Banner 11. 12; Randy Award 10, 11; Educational Seminar 11, 12. 

LAPPEN, Eileen 

LAVIN, Patricia — Cheerleaders 10; Honor Roll 10, 1 1. 

LAWRENCE, Martha — Gridiron Club 1 1, 12. 

LEAVITT, Steven — Baseball 10. 11. 12; Hockey 10; Honor Roll 10; Student 
Council 1 1. 

LEBROCQUY, Gail — Art Career Club 12; Future Teachers' Club 12; Medical 
Career Club 10. 

LEDERMAN, Mindy — Tennis 10, 11. 12 — Manager; Art Career Club 11; 
Future Teachers' Club 10, 11; National Honor Society 11, 12; Randy Award 
Nominee 10, 11. 

LEIF, Lori — Gridiron Club 10. 11. 

LEMIEUX, Diane — Future Homemakers' Club; Powder Puff Football 11, 12; 
Junior Prom Decorating Committee 11; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12; Senior 
Prom Decorating Committee 12; Senior Citizens Dinner 12. 

LEONE, John P. — Baseball 10. 

LeVANGIE, Linda — Randy Award Nominee 11; Gridiron Club 11, 12. 

LEVENSON, Joanne 

LEVESQUE, Ellen — Drill Team 11, 12; Gridiron Club 11; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 10, 1 1. 12: Girls' Basketball 12. 

LEVINE, Paul — Spanish Club 11. 

LOOM IS, Jeffrey 




MARTHA LAWRENCE 

Marty 





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STEVEN LEAVITT 

Nip 



GAIL LEBROCQUY 

Gail 






MINDY LEDERMAN 

Mindela 



LORI LEIF 

Lori 



DIANE LEMIEUX 

Diane 




JOHN P. LEONE 

John 




LINDA LeV ANGIE 

Linda 





D.YOUT.S. PENNIE, AND J. ROSSI TRY TO CHOOSE A RECIPE THAT SOUNDS 
APPETIZING. 



JOANNE LEVENSON 

Joanne 




ELLEN LEVESQUE 

Ellen 




PAULLEVINE 

Paul 




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JEFFREY LOOMIS 

Jeffrey 



LOVETT.Paul 

LOWD. Carol M. — Dramatics Club 12: Future Teachers' Club 12; Honor Roll 
10. 11. 12 — Nat" I. Honor Soc. 11. 12; Yearbook Staff 12 — Circulation Edi- 
tor; Gridiron Club 10. 11. 12: Intramural Drama Festival 11; Randy Award 
Nominee 10. 11; Radion Staff 12. 

LUINDSTROM, Barbara A. — Gridiron Club; Powder Puff Football. 

LYON. Carrie — Honor Roll 12; Oceanography Club 12. 

MAHONEY, Richard 

MAKI. Gary — Football 11.12; Track 11.12. 

MALLEY. Charles 

MANIN. Eleanor — Dramatics Club 10. 11. 12: Future Teachers' Club 10. 11. 
12: Honor Roll 12: Yearbook Staff 12 — Homeroom Rep.. Ads; Spanish Club 
10. 11. 12. 

MANN. David — Intramural Basketball 11; Intramural Volleyball 10; Intra- 
mural Floor Hockey 10: Gridiron Cluo 10. 11. 

MAPLE, Lori — Homeroom Representative 12; Dramatics Club 10; Future 
Teachers' Club 10. 11. 12; Honor Roll 10. 11. 12; Spanish Club 10, 11, 12 
-Vice-Pres. 10; Yearbook Staff 12: Ski Club 10; Gridiron Club 11, 12; French 
Club 10; Randy Award 10. 1 1. 

MARCHI.John 

MAROTTA. Theresa — Spanish Club 10: Gridiron Club 10. 1 1, 12. 

MARTIN. Gary F. — Basketball 10. 11. 12; Baseball 10. 11. 12; Hockey 10 — 
Manager: Gridiron Club 10. 11. 12. 

MARTIN. Mary — Future Teachers' Club 12; Honor Roll 10; French Club 10; 
Gridiron Club 10. 11. 12; Randy Award Nominee 11; Powder Puff Football 
10. 11: Junior Prom Decorating Committee 1 1. 

MASTRANGELO. Charles 

MATZKIN, Harold — Hockey 10. 

McDONOUGH, Gail — Future Homemakers' Club 10, 12; Honor Roll 10; 
Spanish Club 10: Drill Team 11. 12: Gridiron Club 10. 11. 12; Powder Puff 
Football 10. 11: Junior Prom Decorating Committee 1 1. 





PAUL LOVETT 

Tony 



CAROL M. LOWD 

Carol 





BARBARA A. LUNDSTROM 

Barb 



CARRIE LYON 

Carrie 





RICHARD MAHONEY 

Mahogany 



GARY MAKI 

Mac-Chico 



McGANTY, Thomas 

McGOVERN, Cynthia — Future Homemakers' Club 12; Gridiron Club 10. 11, 
12. 





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CHARLES MALLEY 

Charles 



ELEANOR MANIN 

Ellie 




DAVID MANN 

David 



. . . Trying To Sneak Into 
Class When You're A Few 
Minutes Late. 





MARY MARTIN 

Mary 





CHARLES MASTRANGELO 

Charlie 



LORI MAPLE 

Maypo 




THERESA MAROTTA 

Terry 




HAROLD MATZKIN 

Harry 




JOHN MARCHI 

John 




m&$m 



GARY F. MARTIN 

Mums 



**^ 




gail Mcdonough 

Gail 




THOMAS McGANTY 

Thomas 



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CYNTHIA McGOVERN 

Cindy 




EACH STUDENT PATIENTLY WAITS HIS TURN TO SEE HIS GUIDANCE 
COUNSELOR. 




; £S 




PATRICIA McKINNON 

Pam 



carol Mclaughlin 

Ca 






BERNARD McGRATH 

Biff 



PAUL McGRATH 

Mac 





linda Mckenzie 

Linda 



MICHAEL McKINNON 

Mike 



. . . Ten Kids Down The 
Guidance Office With Ten 
Different Problems. 








elien Mclaughlin 

Elhe 



DIANE McLEOD 

Diane 



BRADFORD McMENIMON 

Bradford 



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DAREN McPARTLAND 

Daren 



JUDY McRAE 

Judy 



WILLIAM McSWEENEY 

William 





RITA MILCH 

Rita Lou 



WENDY MILCH 

Wend 



McGRATH, Bernard — Honor Roll 10; Yearbook Staff 12. 

McGRATH, Paul — Football 10, 1 1, 12. 

McKENZIE, Linda — Student Council 10; French Club 10. 

McKINNON, Michael 

McKINNON, Patricia — Basketball 11; Softball 10; Honor Roll 10, 11 — Nat'l 
Honor Soc; Gridiron Club 11, 12. 

MCLAUGHLIN, Carol — Future Homemakers' Club 12; Honor Roll 10, 11; 
French Club 10; Medical Career Club 10, 11, 12; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12; 
Powder Puff Football 10; Randy Award Nominee 11; Junior Prom Decorating 
Committee 11. 

MCLAUGHLIN, Ellen — Basketball 11; Softball 10; Medical Career Club 11; 
Homeroom Representative 10; Gridiron Club 11, 12. 

McLEOD, Diane — Cheerleaders 11, 12; Honor Roll 10, 11; Senior Board of 
Directors 12; Gridiron Club 11, 12 — Board of Directors; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 11, 12; Talent Show 11; Junior Prom Decorating Committee. 

McMENIMON, Bradford 

McPARTLAND, Daren— Track 11, 12; Dramatics Club 11. 

McRAE, Judy — Honor Roll 10, 11; Spanish Club 10; Drill Team 12; Blue & 
White Banner 12; Powder Puff Football 10, 11; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12; Ju- 
nior Prom Decorating Committee 11; Senior Prom Decorating Committee 
12. 

McSWEENEY, William 

MILCH, Rita — Powder Puff Football 10, 11, 12; Basketball 12; Honor Roll 
10; Drill Team 12; Oceanography Club 10, 11, 12; Junior Prom Decorating 
Committee; Senior Prom Decorating Committee. 

MILICH, Wendy — Drama Club International Thespian Society. 

MILLER, Janet — Art Career Club 12; Library Staff 11. 

MILNE, Alison — Honor Roll 11, 12; Medical Career Club 11, 12; Gridiron 
Club 11. 

MOFFORD, Dianna 





JANET MILLER 

Jan 



ALISON MILNE 

Jayne 




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DIANNA MOFFORD 

Dianna 





CHERYL MON AH AN 
Cheryl 



ROBERT MOORE 

Robbie 



. . . Wining And Dining In 
The Cafeteria. 




JEAN MULLALLY 

Jean 



JOHN MULVEY 

Mul 






MARY MORAN 

Jamie 






EDWIDGE MORISSETT PAUL MUELLER 

Eydie Paul 

MONAHAN, Cheryl 

MOORE, Robert 

MORAN, Mary — Football 10; Super Clerk 12. 

MORISSETT, Edwidge 

MUELLER, Paul 

MULLALLY, Jean — Powder Puff Football 10; Girls' Basketball 12; Drill Team 
12; Medical Career Club 12; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12. 

MULVEY, John — Football 10, 11; Basketball 10; Baseball 10, 11; Honor Roll 
10, 11, 12 — Nat'l Honor So. 11, 12. 

MURPHY, John 

MURPHY, Mark — Boys' State 11; Honor Roll 10, 1 1, 12. 
MYERS, Elaine 

NATHAN, Gail — Future Homemakers' Club 10, 11, 12; Future Teachers' 
Club 10, 1 1, 12; French Club 10; Spanish Club 10, 1 1, 12 — Pres. (10); Year- 
book Staff 12; Ski Club 10. 

NELSON, Greg — Tennis 10, 11, 12 — Co-Capt. (12); Boys' State 11; Ocean- 
ography Club 10; Gymnastics 12; Intramural Floor Hockey Champs 10. 

NELSON, Janice — Honor Roll 10, 11, 12; Randy Award Winner 11; Randy 
Award Nominee; Super Secretary 12. 

NELSON, Valerie — Future Homemakers' Club 12; Honor Roll 11; Spanish 
Club 10, H;GridironClublO, 12. 

NEWELL, Kenneth 

NEWELL, Kevin 

NIGROSH, Diane — Dramatics Club 12; Honor Roll 10, 11, 12 — Nat'l Honor 
Soc. 10, 11, 12; Blue & White Banner 10, 11. 12 — News Ed 1 1; Edit.-Chief 12; 
R.E.A.L. 10, 11, 12; Latin Club 10— Vice-Pres. 



JOHN MURPHY 

Murph 



MARK MURPHY 

Mark 



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I 





ELAINE MYERS 

Elaine 



GAIL NATHAN 

Nathan 



GREG NELSON 

Greg 





JANICE NELSON 

Jan 





VALERIE NELSON 

Val 



KENNETH NEWELL 

Ken 



A GROUP OF STUDENTS ENJOY THEIR MIDDAY MEAL. 




KEVIN NEWELL 

Kevin 











DIANE NIGROSH 

Diane 



69 





A STEADY HAND AND A WATCHFUL EYE ARE ALL A. MILNE NEEDS TO IN- 
SURE COMPLETE SUCCESS IN HER CHEMISTRY LAB. 



BARRY NOONAN 

Scoop 





PAMELA NORDBERG 

Pam 




GERARD NORIS 

Gerard 



CHRISTOPHER NOYES 

Chris 







ROBERT NYLAND 

Robert 



SUSAN O'BRIEN 

Sue 



STEPHEN O'BRIEN 

Soba 




TERRI O'BRIEN 

Terri 




STEPHAN O'GARA 

Boga 



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NOONAN, Barry 

NORDBERG, Pamela — Library Staff 10; Gridiron Club 12. 

NORIS, Gerard 

NOYES, Chris — Oceanography Club 1 1. 

NYLAND, Robert 

O'BRIEN, Susan 

O'BRIEN, Stephen — Football 10, 12; Track 11,12. 

O'BRIEN, Terri — President, Sophomore Class; Basketball 12 — Capt; Soft- 
ball 12; Chorus 10; Medical Career Club 10; Student Council 10, 11; Student 
Council Advisory Board 10, 11; United Student Assembly 11; Drill Team 10, 
11. 

O'GARA, Stephen 

O'GORMAN.John 

O'HAVER, David — Basketball 10, 11, 12; Honor Roll 10, 11; Gridiron Club 11, 
12; Science Fair Project 10. 

O'MALLEY, Steve — Football 10; Hockey 12; Gridiron Club 11, 12. 

OSTROV, Wendi — Gridiron Club 12. 

PATTERSON, Marie — S.F.A.B. 10; Dramatics Club 12; Honor Roll 11; Drama 
Festival — School Play 11. 

PEMBERTON, Raymond 

PENNIE, Lawrence 




JOHN O'GORMAN 

Jackie 



DAVID O'HAVER 

Dave 



. . . Adding One More 
Ingredient To A Chemistry 
Experiment And Hoping It 
Doesn't Explode. 




STEVE O'MALLEY 

Steve 





WENDI OSTROV 

Wendi 



^ 



/ 



i 





MARIE PATTERSON 

Marie 



RAYMOND PEMBERTON 

Raymond 



71 



LAWRENCE PENNIE 

Larry 






STEVE PENNIE 

Slinky 



BILL PERREAULT 

Bill 



RICHARD PERRY 

Richard 






JONI PIEL 

Joni 



PETER PIGNATELLI 

Peter 



JOELPLOTNICK 

Joel 




THERESA PLUNKET 

Terry 





GARY POIRIER 

Guy 



C. APPROMOLLO ENGAGES IN A 
FRIENDLY GAME OF CARDS DUR- 
ING STUDY. 




ANNETTE POLLACK 

Ant 




STEVE PRANSKY 

Steve 




VINCENT PRIOLA 

Vinny 




THOMAS POTO 

Tommy 




ROBERT PRICE 

Robert 




BRUCE PROMISEL 

Bruce 





MARY POWERS 

Mary 



. . . Playing Cards During 
A Free Period. 



PENNIE, Steve — Basketball 10; Baseball 10; Yearbook Staff 12; Gridiron 
Club 12. 

PERREAULT, Bill 

PERRY, Richard 

PIEL,Joni — Future Teachers' Club 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 10, 11. 

PIGNATELLI, Peter 

PLOTNICK.Joel 

PLUNKET, Theresa 

POIRIER, Gary — Baseball 10, 1 1, 12; Hockey 10, 1 1, 12. 

POLLACK, Annette — Basketball 10; Softball 10, 11; Dramatics Club 10; 
Honor Roll 10, 1 1; French Club 10. 

POTO, Thomas 

POWERS, Mary 

PRANSKY, Steve 

PRICE, Robert 

PRIOLA, Vincent 

PROMISEL, Bruce 

RADIN, Bonnie — Art Career Club 11, 12; Honor Roll 11, 12; French Club 12; 
Randy Award Nominee 11. 

RASKIND, Ronald 



BONNIE RADIN 

Boff 



RONALD RASKIND 

Ronald 



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{ 



PAULA REESE 

Paula 



KATHLEEN REID 

Kathleen 



ALICIA REPETTO 

Al 






JOSEPH RICCI 

Joe 



DIANE ROACH 

Diane 



JEFF RODMAN 

Jeff 



REESE, Paula — Yearbook Staff — Homeroom Rep. 12; Gridiron Club 10, 1 1. 
12: Randy Award 10; Randy Award Nominee 10; HIBRO 11; Gridiron Club 10, 
11. 12. 

REID, Kathleen 

REPETTO, Alicia — National Honor Society 10. 

RICCI, Joseph— Tennis 10. 11, 12 — Capt. (12); Gridiron Club 12. 

ROACH, Diane — Drill Team 12; Medical Career Club 10; Gridiron Club 10, 
11. 12. 

RODMAN, Jeff — Football 10. 11, 12 — Captain (12); Basketball 10, 11, 12 
— Captain 11. 12: Track 12; Boys' State Nominee 11; Honor Roll 11; Year- 
book Staff 12 — Sports Editor. 

ROMASCO, Rita 

ROSENBERG, Steven — Art Career Club 11. 12; Dramatics Club 11, 12; Chess 
Club 12; Honor Roll 10. 11. 12 — Nat'l. Honor Soc. 11, 12; Latin Club 10; 
Oceanography Club 11. 12; Public Relations Club 12; Blue & White Banner 
11,12; R.E.A.L. 11. 12; M. I. T. High School Studies Program. 

ROSOFF, Larry — Baseball 10, 11. 12; Band 10. 11; Blue & White Banner 11, 
12: Randolph Senior Babe Ruth Baseball Team 11, 12. 

ROSSETTI, Pamela E. — Future Homemakers' Club 12; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 
12: Recreation Club 1 1. 

ROSSI. John 

ROTHMAN, Shelly — Future Teachers' Club 11; Honor Roll 11; Yearbook 
Staff 12 — Homeroom Rep. 

ROTHWELL, Barbara — Honor Roll 10; Senior Citizens Dinner 12; Gridiron 
Club 10. 11. 12. 

RUBIN, Diane — Future Teachers' Club 11, 12; History Club 11, 12; Honor 
Roll 11; French Club 10. 12; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12. 

RUTSTEIN, Alan — Chess Club 10. 11. 12 — Treasurer (1 1); History Club 11, 
12; Library Staff 12; Photography Club 12. 

RYAN, Jean —Cheerleaders 10. 11. 12; Honor Roll 10, 11. 12; Student Coun- 
cil ll:Student Council Service Club 11; United Student Assembly 11; Grid- 
iron Club 10. 11, 12 — Treas.. Vice-Pres., Pres.; Powder Puff Football 11; 
Talent Show 11; Homeroom Representative 10. 11. 12. 

RYAN, Maryann — Football 10; Basketball 12; Gridiron Club 10. 11, 12. 
SACCONE, Christopher — Gridiron Club 10. 11. 12; Ski Club 10. 11. 12. 

SAIA, Tony 




RITA ROMASCO 

Rita 





STEVEN ROSENBERG 

Steve 



LARRY ROSOFF 

Stats 



74 






PAMELA E. ROSSETTI 

Pam 



JOHN ROSSI 

Jon 



SHELLY ROTHMAN 

Shelly 




BARBARA ROTHWELL 

Crazy Lady 




DIANE RUBIN 

Diane 







X 



. 



1 




S. SWIECHOWICZ WORKS INTENTLY ON HIS ASSIGNMENT FOR HIS ME- 
CHANICAL DRAWING CLASS. 



ALAN RUTSTEIN 

Al 





JEAN RYAN 

Jean 



MARYANN RYAN 

Maryann 





CHRISTOPHER SACCONE 

Chris 



75 



TONY SAIA 

Tony 



SALDEN. Maureen — History Club 12. 

SAMOFF. Iris — Band 11. 12; Chorus 10. 11. 12; Dramatics Club 10. 12; Li- 
brary Staff 10; Oceanography Club 10 

SAMPSON. Bonnie —Cheerleaders 10. 11. 12 — Captain (12); StudentCoun- 
cil Service Club 1 1; Gridiron Club 10. 11, 12; Powder Puff Football 10, 11, 12; 
Homeroom Representative 11: Variety Show 11; Junior Prom Decorating 
Committee 1 1: Senior Citizens Dinner 1 1; Honor Roll 10. 11. 12; Smoke Out 
10 

SANDLER, Shelley — Future Teachers' Club 11. 12; History Club 11. 12; 
Honor Roll 11; French Club 10. 12; Gridiron Club 10. 11. 12. 

SARES. Jim —Soccer 12: Gridiron Club 11. 12; Dramatics Club 12. 

SAROFEEN. Stephen 

SAUNDERS. Robert — President. Junior Class; Hockey 10. 11. 12; Public 
Relations Club 11. 12: Yearbook Staff 12 — Sports. 

SCHIEB, Mark 

SCHNEIDER, Bonnie — Future Homemakers' Club 12; Yearbook Staff 12; 
Powder Puff Football 10. 11; Gridiron Club 10, 11. 12; Senior Citizens Dinner 
12: Senior Prom Decorating Committee 12; Junior Prom Decorating Com- 
mittee 1 1. 

SCHNEIDER, Ken — Football 10; Gridiron Club 10. 1 1. 12. 

SCIBILIA, Frank 

SEGELMAN.Mark — Art Career Club 12; Band 10. 11. 12; Honor Roll 10; Blue 
&White Banner 11. 12; E.E.A.L. 11. 12. 

SEIDMAN, Sandra 

SHAFMASTER, Helene — Future Teachers' Club 12; Spanish Club 11. 

SHERMAN, Richard — Band 10. 11; Honor Roll 10, 11, 12; French Club 10; 
Stage Band 10. 

SHULTZ, Susan — Future Homemakers' Club 12; Honor Roll 11; Spanish 
Clubll. 

SHUMAN, Brenda — Future Teachers' Club 1 1. 12; French Club 10, 12; Span- 
ish Club 10. 12; Yearbook Staff 12. 

SILVERMAN, Joel — Soccer 12; Honor Roll 10, 1 1, 12; French Club 10. 




MAUREEN SALDEN 

Maureen 





IRIS SAMOFF 

Sam 




BONNIE SAMPSON 

Bonnie 



SHELLEY SANDLER 

Shelley 








JIM SARES 

Jim 



STEPHEN SAROFEEN 

Steve 



ROBERT SAUNDERS 

Danny 



MARK SCHIEB 

Mark 




BONNIE SCHNEIDER 

Bonnie 







KEN SCHNEIDER 

Ken 




FRANK SCIBILIA 

Frank 



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MARK SEGELMAN 

Mark 



SANDRA SEIDMAN 

Sandra 



HELENESHAFMASTER 

Helene 



. . . Not Eating Lunch Sixth 
Period And Finding The 
Snack Bar Closed 
Seventh Period. 





RICHARD SHERMAN 

Sherm 



SUSAN SHULTZ 

Sue 







BRENDASHUMAN 

Bren 



JOEL SILVERMAN 

Joel 



DIANE SIMMONS 

Diane 



JIM SIMMONS 

Jim 



SIMMONS, Diane — Chorus 10, 11, 12; Dramatics Club 10, 11, 12 — Pres 
(12); History Club 11; Honor Roll 10, 11, 12 — Nat'l Honor So. 10, 11, 12 
French Club 10 — Pres.; Stage Band Chorus 11, 12; School Play 10, 11, 12 
International Thespian Society 10, 11, 12 — Pres. (12). 

SIMMONS, Jim — Football 11, 12. 



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«w**SS 





^ 





♦ 




SANDRA SIMON 

Sandi 



JAMES SIMPSON 

Jim 





S. ZAHAROFF FINDS DOING CROSSWORD PUZZLES DURING HER FREE TIME 
RELIEVES SOMEOFTHETENSIONOFTHE DAY. 



CHARLES SKIDMORE 

Charles 



AMYSKOGLUND 

Amy 





. . . Relaxing In The 
Library. 



BETH SLOTNICK 

Beth 



LAWRENCE SMALL 

Larry 





CAROLINE SMITH 

Carrie 



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CINDY SMITH 

Cindy 






DOROTHY SMITH 

Dorothy 



CATHERINE SNOW 

Cathy 



ANNASOLOHUB 

Noosha 





PHYLLIS SPECTOR 

Phyll 



ROBIN SPELLBERG 

Robin 



SIMON, Sandra — Future Teachers' Club 10, 12; History Club 12; French 
Club 10, 12; Yearbook Staff 12 — Homeroom Rep.; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12. 

SIMPSON, James 

SKIDMORE, Charles 

SKOGLUND.Amy 

SLOTNICK, Beth — Chorus 11; Dramatics Club 10, 11, 12; Honor Roll 10, 
11, 12 — Nat'l. Honor Soc. 10, 11, 12; Medical Career Club 12; Student Coun- 
cil 11; Thespian Society 12. 

SMALL, Lawrence 

SMITH, Caroline — Randy Award Nominee 10, 11. 

SMITH, Cindy — Future Homemakers' Club 12; Library Staff 10. 

SMITH, Dorothy — Powder Puff Football 10, 11, 12; Girls' Basketball 12; 
Gymnastics 12; Honor Roll 10, 12; Gridiron Club 11, 12; Junior Prom Deco- 
rating Committee 11; Senior Citizens Dinner 12; Randy Award. 

SNOW, Catherine — Gridiron Club 12. 

SOLOHUB, Anna — Future Homemakers' Club 10, 11, 12; Honor Roll 10; 
Oceanography Club 10, 11, 12; Student Council 10; Student Council Service 
Club 10; Powder Puff Football 11; Gridiron Club 12; Junior Prom Decorating 
Committee. 

SPECTOR, Phyllis — Tennis 10; Band 10, 11, 12; Chorus 10, 11, 12; Debating 
Club 12; History Club 11, 12; Medical Career Club 10, 11, 12; Oceanography 
Club 12; French Club 10, 11; Latin Club 10. 

SPELLBERG, Robin — Band 10; DramaticsClub 10; Gridiron Club 11. 

SPERBERG, Lois — Dramatics Club 10, 12; Yearbook Staff 12 — Homeroom 
Representative; History Club 12; Randy Award Nominee 11. 

SPIEGEL, David — Randy Award Winner 10. 

SPIRO, Audrey — Band 10, 11, 12; Future Teachers' Club 10, 1 1, 12 — Sec- 
retary (12); History Club 12; Honor Roll 10, 11, 12 — Nat'l. Honor Soc. 11, 
12; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12; Teacher's Aide 11. 

STAAF.Janis — Gridiron Club 11, 12. 





LOIS SPERBERG 

Lois 



DAVID SPIEGEL 

Dave 





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AUDREY SPIRO 

Audrey 



JANISSTAAF 

Jan 






NANCY STACK 

Nancy 



PAULSTIGAS 

Paul 



LESLIE STOLOFF 

Leslie 



. . . Phys. Ed. 





BRIAN SULLIVAN 

Sull 



FRANCIS SULLIVAN 

Sully 





JAMES SULLIVAN 

Sull 



NANCY SULLIVAN 

Nancy 





PATTY STOWE 

Patty 



BARRY SULLIVAN 

Sully 



STACK, Nancy 

STIGAS, Paul 

STOLOFF, Leslie — Library Staff 11; Yearbook Staff 12 — Ad Book Collector. 

STOWE, Patty — Future Teachers' Club 10, 11; Mass. representative to Fu- 
ture Teachers' Club Regional Workshop; Regional representative to National 
Executive Committee of Future Teachers' of America; Teacher's Aide 10, 11, 
12; Gridiron Club 11, 12. 

SULLIVAN, Barry — Football 10, 1 1, 12. 

SULLIVAN, Brian — Football 11,12. 

SULLIVAN, Francis — Basketball 12; Baseball 12; Gridiron Club 12. 

SULLIVAN, James — Football 10; Basketball 10; Track 10, 11, 12; Honor 
Roll 10, 11; Photography Club 10; Student Council 10; Gridiron Club 10, 
11. 12. 

SULLIVAN, Nancy — Honor Roll 10; Randy Award 11. 

SULLIVAN, Shirley — Basketball 12; Field Hockey 12. 

SUSHMAN, Debra — Basketball 12; Softball 12; Dramatics Club 10; History 
Club 12. 

SWARTZ, Ellen 

SWARTZ, Robert — History Club 10, 11; French Club 10; Oceanography Club 
ll;GridironClub 10, 11, 12. 

SWEENEY, John — Baseball 10, 11; Hockey 10, 11, 12; Honor Roll 11. 12; 
Oceanography Club 11. 

SWIECHOWICZ, Steven — Gymnastics 12; Science Club 10; Ski Club 10, 11.- 
12; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12. 

TAGRIN, Bruce— Track 10; Soccer 12; Library Staff 10; Gridiron Club 11. 12. 

TEDESCO, Collette — Field Hockey 11. 12; Honor Roll 10; Drill Team 11; 
Randy Award 10; Powder Puff Football 10, 11, 12; Junior Prom Decorating 
Committee 1 1. 

TEMPLE, Karen — Future Teachers' Club 10, 11; Spanish Club 10. 11; Grid- 
iron Club 11, 12. 



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SHIRLEY SULLIVAN 

Sull 



DEBRASUSHMAN 

Debbie 



ELLEN SWARTZ 

Ellen 




ROBERT SWARTZ 

Willis 



JOHN SWEENEY 

Dwimp 






STEVEN SWIECHOWICZ 

Swike 



BRUCE TAGRIN 

Pygmy 



SQUARE-DANCING SEEMS TO BE ENJOYED BY K. BROYLES AND B. SAMPSON. 





COLLETTE TEDESCO 

Collette 



KAREN TEMPLE 

K.iren 



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S. BENVIE. R.H.S.'S HOMECOMING QUEEN FOR 1972, AND HER COURT, D. 
DESTEFANIS AND B. SAMPSON. 




FRANK TERLECKI 

Skip 





DANA TETON 

Dana 



DEBORAH TOLLAND 

Debbie 







CHRISTOPHER TORNROOS 

Chris 



DENNIS TORPEY 

Torp 



LINDA TRAVES 

Linda 




BONNIE TROPED 

Bonnie 



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TERLECKI, Frank — Math Club 10. 

TETON, Dana 

TOLLAND, Deborah — Chorus 10; Dramatics Club 12; Future Teachers' Club 
12; Recreation Club 11; Gridiron Club 11, 12. 

TORNROOS, Christopher — Honor Roll 1 1. 

TORPEY, Dennis — Football 11,12; Hockey 11,12. 

TRAVES, Linda — Drill Team 10, 11, 12 — Co-Capt. 12; Randy Award Nomi- 
nee 10, 11; Yearbook Staff 12 — Business Staff; Homeroom Representative 
10; Powder Puff Football 10, 11, 12; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 11; 
Smoke Out 10; Senior Citizens Dinner 12. 

TROPED, Bonnie — Future Teachers' Club 12; Gridiron Club 10, 1 1, 12. 

TRUDELL, William 

VAN SCHYNDEL, Paul 

VAN TASSEL, Ann — Medical Career Club 11; Gridiron Club 11, 12. 

WALLACE, Gerard 

WALLACE, James W. 

WALSH, Debra — Secretary, Sophomore Class; Future Homemakers' Club 
12 — President; Drill Team 11, 12; Powder Puff Football 10, 11, 12; Gridiron 
Club 10, 11, 12. 

WALSH, Ernest 

WALSH, Garrett M. 




WILLIAM TRUDELL 

Bilbo 



Homecoming Weekend. 







PAUL VAN SCHYNDEL 

Paul 



ANN VAN TASSEL 

Twiss 



GERARD WALLACE 

Gerry 




JAMES W. WALLACE 

Jim 





syf 








DEBRA WALSH 

Debra Jean 



83 



ERNEST WALSH 

Skip 



GARRETT M. WALSH 

Garrett 






RHONDA WATERMAN 

Rhonda 



JEFFREY WEINER 

Jeff 



SUSAN WELLS 

Susan 






ROBIN WERNER 

Bob 



LAWRENCE WHITE 

Larry 



IRENE WHITNEY 

Smiley 




CLAUDIA WILLIAMS 

Claud 




F. GILL DISCOVERS SHE'S NOT THE 
GREAT CULINARY ARTIST SHE 
THOUGHT SHE WAS. 





JERRY M. WORTZMAN 

George 




SUSAN YOURKEWICZ 

York 



WILLIAM WUSTENEY 

Billy 




DONNA YOUT 

Gout 




MARKYORRA 

Mark 



. . . Tasting Your Own 
Cooking In Home Economics. 



WATERMAN, Rhonda — Spanish Club 10; Oceanography Club 10. 

WEINER, Jeffrey — Band 10, 11, 12; Chorus 10, 11; French Club 10. 

WELLS, Susan — Dramatics Club 11; Future Teachers' Club 12; Medical Ca- 
reer Club 10; Oceanography Club 12; Office Clerk 10, 11. 

WERNER, Robin — Future Teachers' Club 12; History Club 11, 12; Honor 
Roll 10, 11, 12 — Nat'l. Honor Soc. 11, 12; French Club 10, 12; Yearbook 
Staff 12 — Activities Editor, Homeroom Rep.; Gridiron Club 11, 12; R.E.A.L. 
10, 11, 12; Randy Award Nominee 10. 

WHITE, Lawrence — Art Career Club 10, 1 1, 12; Smoke Out 10. 

WHITNEY, Irene — Gridiron Club 10, 11; Randy Award 11. 

WILLIAMS, Claudia — Art Career Club 12; Gridiron Club 1 1. 

WORTZMAN, Jerry M. — Honor Roll 10, 11, 12 — Nat'l Honor Soc. 11, 12; 
French Club 10, 11; Oceanography Club 11, 12; Math Club 11, 12; Math 
Team 11, 12; R.E.A.L. 10, 11, 12. 

WUSTENEY, William — Football 11, 12. 

YORRA, Mark — Honor Roll 11; Medical Career Club 11, 12; Randolph Junior 
Hockey 12. 

YOURKEWICZ, Susan — Honor Roll 10, 11, 12 — Nat'l Honor So. 11, 12; Drill 
Team 11, 12 — Captain (12); Senior Board of Directors 12; Student Council 
10; Student Council Service Club 11; Gridiron Club 10, 11, 12; Junior Prom 
Decorating Committee 11; Randy Award Winner 10; Randy Award Nominee 
11. 

YOUT, Donna — Future Homemakers' Club 12; Student Council 10; Year- 
book Staff 12 — Homeroom Rep.; Powder Puff Football 10, 11, 12; Senior 
Prom Decorating Committee 12; Santa's Dream Decorating Committee 12. 



NOT PHOTOGRAPHED 



ANDERSON, DAVID 
BENSON, JEFFREY 
BLAKELY, LINDA 
BORNSTEIN, MILTON 
BROWNELL, MICHAEL 
BUDA, KATHLEEN 
BUTTERFIELD, LYNELLE 
CAREY, JOSEPH 
CAREY, THOMAS 
CARSON, HOWARD 
COLE, ROBERT 
CONNORS, JAMES 
CORBETT, DAVID 
CROCKETT, THERESA 
CULLITY, CHRISTOPHER 
CURRAN, LAWRENCE 



DAVIDSON, KENNETH 
DAVIDSON, STEVE 
DELGROSSO.PAULJ. 
DiROCCO, LARRY 
DOMBROWSKI, ROBERT 
FAYNE, SHERRY 
FLEMING, ALLEN R. 
GEORGE, BRIAN 
GREENE, JOEL 
HAYES, REX 
HEGER, JAMES 
HUNTER, CHARLENE 
KANN, STEVEN 
KEOUGH,DANA 
MALLARD, CHERYL 
LANG, MAUREEN 



LARKIN, JOSEPH 
MacKENZIE, PHILIP 
MacMILLAN, BRUCE 
MAKI.JOEL 
MANZONI, ALEX 
MCAULEY, JAMES 
MURPHY, PAUL 
NORIS, WILLIAM 
OBORSKY, BRUCE 
O'BRIEN, STEPHANIE 
O'HARE, RAYMOND 
PATRICK, STUART 
POLK, WILLIAM 
RICHARDS, JOSEPH 
RIPP, JOSEPH 
ROBBLEE, WILLIAM 



ROBSON, DENNIS 
ROGERS, DONNA 
ROGERS, JESS 
SARES.JOHN 
SARNI.ROCCO 
SHUBERT, MARCIE 
SIDMAN, SHARON 
SMITH, JOSEPH 
SMITH, STEPHEN 
SUMMERS, PATRICIA 
TOOMBS, ROBERT 
TURNER, MARK 
VAN SCHYNDEL, PETER 
WILLIAMS, LEON H. 
ZAHAROFF, SANDRA 



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1973 Oracle Staff 




EDITORS: TOP ROW: C. Lowd, N. Stack, L. dayman, J. Rodman, D. 
Collins. BOTTOM ROW: V. Berlow, N. Feldman, V. DiRocco, S. 
Gallagher, J. Donovan, S. Benvie. 



V. DiRocco, J. Donovan, and D. Collins glimpse at the negatives of Oracle 
pictures. 





BUSINESS STAFF: BOTTOM ROW: S. Borr, E. Manin, S. Gallagher, S. Benvie, L. Traves, D. Collins, D. Yout. 2ND ROW: L. 
Stoloff, A. Farragher, L. Maple, R. Greenberg, P. Pignatelli, M. Baltimore. TOP ROW: B. Gass, K. Good, C. Costa, S. Blend, D. 
Brothers, L. Dean, M. Bloom. 





HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES: BOTTOM ROW: E. Manin, S. 
Gallagher, V. DiRocco, S. Benvie, D. Collins. 2ND ROW: D. Yout, 
L. Traves, P. Reese, L. Maple, P. Goldstein, A. Cammarata. TOP 
ROW: K. Good, C. Costa, S. Blend, S. Rothman, D. Brothers, N. 
Glazer, L. Dean. 





Blue and White Banner 



EDITORS: BOTTOM ROW: B. Wise, A. 
Goldman, C. Brass, D. Nigrosh, T. Bes- 
sette, E. Cohen, A. Gold: TOP ROW: P. 
Weisberg, L. Clayman, S. Rosenberg, M. 
Segelman, H. Ferrin, S. Lesser. 





LITERARY STAFF: BOTTOM ROW: C. Brass, 
D. Nigrosh, S. Wolf, E. Cohen, A. Gold, B. Glanz, 
A. Lappen, D. Levine. 2ND ROW: D. Mogul, T. 
Bessette, B. Chudnofsky, F. Dobro, R. Taber, V. 
DiRocco, K. Nielacny, A. Fleitman. TOP ROW: 
H. Ferrin, S. Rosenberg, M. Segelman, S. Lesser, 
P. Weisberg, L. Rosoff, L. Clayman. 




BUSINESS STAFF - A. Goldman, L. dayman, 
B. Wise. 



102 




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Drama 
Club 



BOTTOM ROW: A. Gold, E. Cazza- 
lio, A. Fleitman, M. Osta, S. Ferrin, 
J. Golding, K. Good — Treasurer, B. 
Slotnick — Sec, D. Simmons — Pres., 
L. dayman — Vice-Pres., M. Band, T. 
Hoitt, A. Lappen, V. Berlow, A. 
Foman, H. Ferrin. 2ND ROW: E. 
Dunn, E. Cohen, D. Levine, S. Gray, 
S. Zimmerman, D. Ferretti, P. Tol- 
land, D. Tolland, L. Silverman, L. 
Buckley, W. Milich, L. Raskind, S., 
Chartkoff. 3RD ROW: L. Dean, D. 
Kaplan, J. Nordberg, W. Polk, K. 
Buda, J. Sares, A. Fleming, B. Ben- 
son, B. Levenson,C. Lowd, J. Fisher, 
K. Nielacny, T. Brown, S. Seidman. 
TOP ROW: J. Millender, C. Brass, S. 
Grant, R. Vaughan, S. Lesser, S. 
Goldstein, M. Bloom, K. Allen, H. 
Lappen, S. Rosenberg. 





International Thespian 
Society 

INTERNATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY: M. Osta, W. Polk, K. Good, B. Slotnick, D. 
Simmons, A. Gold, A. Fleming, S. Swiechowicz, W. Milich, M. Patterson, S. Seidman, L. 
Clayman. 

103 




Student Council 



BOTTOM ROW: B. Glanz, B. Rizzo, D. Budwit, S. Benvie, J. Leavitt. 2ND ROW: A. Bush, L. Bush, B. Zink, N. Martin, 
S. Coburn, C. Lapides. TOP ROW: J. Siciliano, T. Bessette, C. Brass, K. Hoey, G. Guiney, M. Charter. 




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Society 



OFFICERS - L. Fixler, Treas.; R. Raskind, Pres.; S. 
Seidman, Vice-Pres. 



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BOTTOM ROW: S. Wolf, M. Dobro, L. Fixler, Treas.; E. Emmer, Sec; 
R. Raskind, Pres.; S. Seidman, Vice-Pres.; A. Spiro, A. Lappen. 2ND 
ROW: S. Yourkewicz, E. Dunn, S. Ferretti, S. Bernard, S. Chartkoff, D. 



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Nigrosh, D. Simmons. 3RD ROW: S. Benvie, J. Turban, P. Baker, M. 
Lederman, R. Werner, C. Lowd. TOP ROW: ). Wortzman, E. Betti, S. 




Rosenberg, P. Lovett, T. Bessette. 




105 





Library 
Club 



OFFICERS: BOTTOM ROW: P. Stowe, Pres.; C. An- 
dersen, Vice-Pres.; N. Feldman, Treas. TOP ROW: L. 
Maple, Tutorial Chairman; D. Fuchs, Historian; A. 
Spiro, Sec. 



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BOTTOM ROW: A. Rutstein, J. Rosen, N. Stone, S. Ferretti, E. Cazzalio, M. Osta, S. Gray, T. Whiteside, 
S. Cameron, V. DiRocco, A. Fleischman, L. Broberg, P. Boren, L. Otis, D. Ferretti. TOP ROW: W. Gerber, 
O. McCarthy, L. Williams, K. Eisenberg, E. Waldman, M. Quealy, S. Getchell, K. Allen, H. Carson, D. 
Wolf, L. Finland. 




BOTTOM ROW: D. Rubin, S. Sandler, T. Hoitt, N. Feldman, L. Maple, 
A. Spiro, D. Fuchs, C. Andersen, P. Stowe, L. Krozen, G. Appel. 2ND 
ROW: B. Ziff, B. Troped, P. Landy, C. Kline, P. Kagan, E. Manin, P. 
Goldstein, L. Goldberg, J. Chernaik, G. Nathan. 3RD ROW: J. Nord- 



berg, C. Lowd, M. Davidson, H. Shafmaster, S. Simon, C. Platter, R. 
Werner, K. Garber, S. Lyons, D. Tolland. TOP ROW: J. Piel, N. Glazer, 
S. Lubin, B. Gass, L. Solon, S. Blend, L. Dean, E. Connally, A. 
Weisman, B. Shuman. 



Future Teachers Club 



106 



Future Homemakers 





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BOTTOM ROW: D. Collins; D. Walsh, Pres.; D. Nader, Treas.; G. Nathan, ). Piel, J. 
Chernaik, L. Goldberg, V. Berlow. 2ND ROW: C. Smith, L. Derry, C. McGovern, C. 
LaFarge, M. Bowen, N. Glazer, K. Jordan, M. Chew. 3RD ROW: V. Jeffreys, G. 
McDonough, D. Lemieux, D. Yout, B. Bulman, C. Lyons, S. Lyons, B. Doyle. TOP 
ROW: K. DeCota, C. Anderson, P. Baker, V. Nelson, D. Lyons, J. Crowley. 




BOTTOM ROW: C. McLaughlin; R. Hershoff, Sec; M. Chew, Pres.; K. DeCota, Vice- 
Pres.; C. Gagne, Treas.; C. Anderson, Ass't Sec. 2ND ROW: L. Maple, K. Garber, C. 
Barroll, E. Rovner, N. Stone, S. Wolf, L. Goldberg, L. Sellers. 3RD ROW: R. Simon, M. 
Baltimore, P. Spector, A. Goldman, F. Sperberg, S. Karp, A. Farragher. TOP ROW: B. 
Slotnick, C. Austin, M. Davidson, J. Vernick, J. Wortzman, S. Prusick, M. Yorra, J. 
Crowley. 



Medical Career Club 



107 



Chess 
Club 



BOTTOM ROW: D. Cohen, M. Bloom, J. 
Richards, H. Lappen, P. DiMascio. 2ND 
ROW: A. Rutstein, A. Fransman, R. Rice, 
R. Lipsky. TOP ROW: W. Gerstein, S. 
Rosenberg, S. Patrick, S. Cohen. 



French 
Club 



BOTTOM ROW: E. Goldberg, S. Simon, M. 
Blumenthal, P. Kagan, A. Goldman, B. Wise, 
D. Rubin, S. Sandler. 2ND ROW: L. Dean, 
G. Nathan, S. Stone, L. Silverman, B. Leven- 
son, A. Fleishman, N. Glazer, P. Yorra. TOP 
ROW: D. Kaplan, D. Brothers, E. Goldman, 
R. Werner, M. Baltimore, B. Gass, M. David- 
son, S. Lubin. 



Ecology 

Action 

League 

STANDING: R. Raskind, S. Rosenberg, C. 
Brass, M. Segelman, H. Ferrin, B. Blacker. 
BACK SEATED: D. Nigrosh, A. Goldman, 
E. Cohen, R. Werner, D. Simmons. SIDE 
SEATED: K. Wishnowski, S. Seidman, M. 
Dobro, B. Slotnick. 




108 




Art 

Career 

Club 



BOTTOM ROW: M. Harrington, S. Smith, 
V. DiRocco, L. Derry, P. Tolland, D. 
Hayes. TOP ROW: B. Green, M. Segelman, 
C. Cohen, S. Mednick, M. Davis. 



Math 
Club 



SEATED: A. Goldman, P. Baker, R. Ras- 
kind, M. Band. STANDING: J. Wortzman, 
K. Allen, C. Brass, E. Dunn. 



Oceanography 
Club 



BOTTOM ROW: G. Nathan, N. Glazer, A. 
Fleitman, R. Borr, A. Fleishman, M. 
Schniederman, B. Factor, G. Litchenstein. 
2ND ROW: C. Austin, P. Pignatelli, A. 
Rutstein, M. Bellitch, J. Arth, S. Wells. 
TOP ROW: A. Ferregamo, S. Rosenberg, 
H. Lappen, J. Lurie, P. DiMascio, D. 
Wolfe, K. Eisenberg. 



109 



Radio 
Panelists 



AT TABLE: S. Green, Co-Chairman; D. Camma- 
rata; D. Saunders, Co-Chairman; S. Coburn; N. 
Yourkewicz; A. Warren. STANDING: G. Coughlin, 
E. Dunn, S. Green, ). Leavitt, |. Joy, D. Girard, D. 
Rice, H. Ferrin. 










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Public Relations Staff 

SEATED: K. Reckis, J. Leavitt, S. Borr, S. Gallagher. STANDING: S. Goldstein, E. Dunn, H. 
Jepsky, M. Osta, A. Sullivan, E. Cohen, A. Fleishman, S. Rosenberg, V. Jeffrey. 



Quill and Scroll 

BOTTOM ROW: D. Cammarata, S. Gallagher. TOP 
ROW: A. Warren, S. Green. 



110 



Drill Team and 
Majorettes 






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BOTTOM ROW: A. Colcord, 3rd Lieut.; L. Traves, Co-Capt.; S. Yourkewicz, 
Capt.; J. Gulczynski, 1st Lieut.; S. Green, 2nd Lieut. 2ND ROW: A. Solohub, G. 
McDonough, P. Hogan, D. DiCinque, D. Rosen, M. Fogo, D. Brown, J. Joy, L. 
Crowley, D. Budwit, S. Norton, M. Hilchey. 3RD ROW: L. Bush, K. Kronmiller, 
R. Milch, J. Turban, S. Ahem, J. Cerullo, J. Mulally, D. Sorentino, A. Farragher, 
L. Fahey, M. Donovan, P. Gallagher. TOP ROW: D. Walsh, E. Levesque, G. Burns, 
M. O'Calahan, M. McRae, B. Driscol, F. Gill,C. Gabriel, D. Roach, M. Bowen, D. 
Budwit. 




SENIORS: BOTTOM ROW: A. Colcord, 3rd Lieut.; L. Traves, Co- 
Capt.; S. Yourkewicz, Capt.; J. Gulczynski, 1st Lieut.; S. Green, 2nd 
Lieut. 2ND ROW: A. Solohub, L. Bush, G. McDonough, D. Roach, D. 
DiCinque. 3RD ROW: E. Levesque, R. Milch, K. Kronmiller, J. McRae, 
D. Brown. TOP ROW: M. Bowen, G. Burns, D. Walsh, G. Gill, A. 
Farragher, L. Fahey. 





BOTTOM ROW: M. LaFleur, T. Brown, S. Canavan, B. Rizzo. 2ND ROW: L. Urichuk, N. 
Belanger, D. Collins. TOP ROW: A. Bush, Co-Capt.; D. Destefanis, Capt.; M. Soper, Drum 
Majorette. 



SENIORS: D. Collins, D. Destefanis, Captain. 



111 




Band 




Chorus 




BOTTOM ROW: C. Spector, G. Hoitt, J. Chaflin, S. Grossman, V. Emmer, W. Watson, N. Stone, R. Kagan, S. Stone, L. 
Bakerman, A. Spiro, M. Feldman, ). Arth; David Berry, Director. 2ND ROW: C. Wight, D. Goodman, A. Okun, K. Richman, 

D. Taylor, R. Moody, A. Fransman, B. Ashby, P. Spector, M. Eisner, I. Samoff, A. Thayer, S. Wood, K. Gannon. 3RD ROW: 

E. Hazel, P. Flanagan, G. Coughlin, J. Weiner, R. Dasha, W. Dunn, ). Statkus, S. Dell, R. Michelson, D. Mould, W. Belanger, M. 
Barker, C. Lerro, P. Brown. TOP ROW: E. Bloom, M. Shulman, M. Nigrosh, J. Vernick, G. Somers, B. Clemens, S. Belgard, J. 
Lurie, G. Garber, E. Betti, A. Sullivan, L. Seigal, L. Greenfield, B. Benson. 




BOTTOM ROW: P. Cotone, S. Libman, J. Brady, I. Samoff, A. Thayer, Henry Wictorowicz, Director; M. Barker, P. Brown, K. 
Bishop, P. Kagan, L. Bakerman, A. Domesak, N. Stone. 2ND ROW: R. Kagan, S. Stone, I. Kneeland, K. Buda, J. Sharon, M. 
Feldman, D. Hayes, D. Demare. 3RD ROW: S. Wood, C. Spector, L. Buckley, P. Spector, V. Fowler, B. Clemens, G. Garber, 
W. Polk, J. Vernick, E. Thayer, C. Fitzgerald. TOP ROW: N. Greene, B. Ashby, K. Good, L. Greenfield, C. Eddy.S. Belgard, 
V. Noseworthy, C. Lerro, A. Sullivan, C. Merrigan. 



112 



Cheerleaders 




SENIORS: BOTTOM ROW: J. Donovan, B. Sampson, J. Ryan. TOP ROW: P. 
Memita, D. McLeod, S. Benvie. 






BOTTOM ROW: P. Demita, J. Simmons, D. McLeod, ). Ryan, J. 
Donovan, C. Berg, N. Yourkewicz. TOP ROW: K. Sullivan, S. 
Benvie, B. Sampson, Capt.; S. Kaplan, L. Myers. 



Color 

Guard 

And 

Gridiron 

Clubs 



BOTTOM ROW: G. Saunders, E. Donovan, L. McKenzie, N. Martin, C. St. Germain. 2ND ROW: S. 
White, J. Gulczynski, M. Tempesta, J. Ryan, D. McLeod. TOP ROW: Mr. J. Allen, Mr. D. Wahlgren, 
Mr. C. White, Mr. L. Fallon, Mr. J. Foley, Mr. G. Powell, Mr. P. Carlino. 




114 




Activities Review 




athletics 



Pride and Determination Pay Off for 
Blue Devils 





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Langway looks for another six. 



Devil defense bottles up Silver Lake. 



"Super Foot" splits the uprights. 



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The Record 








Scores 




Randolph 


7 


Rockland 





Randolph 


7 


Bridgewater-Raynham 





Randolph 


15 


Whitman-Hanson 


13 


Randolph 





Marshfield 


22 


Randolph 


26 


Silver Lake 


6 


Randolph 


6 


Scituate 


ib 


Randolph 


21 


Abington 


8 


Randolph 


6 


Plymouth-Carver 


14 


Randolph 


21 


Hingham 


1 



Crooker kicks-off. 




"Rudi" runs rampant. 




"Miss Football"— Bonnie Sampson 





1972 R.H.S. Football Team. 



'Super-Jew" is corralled by P.C. defender. 

119 



"Basketball 
goes through a 
rebuilding 
year" 



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Rodman gets ready to shoot. 





Capt. J. Rodman and Coach D. Carey. 







The team works the ball around. 



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BOTTOM ROW (L-R) D. O'Haver, ). Rodman, J. Brady, G. Martin, J. Connelly, F. Sullivan, S. Berry. 
BACK ROW (L-R) D. Carey, J. Cobbs, B. Schiavone, L. Cobbs, J. Melchionda. 





The Record 










RECORD 






Randolph 


55 


Marshfield 




48 


Randolph 


59 


Whitman-Hanson 




52 


Randolph 


44 


Rockland 




65 


Randolph 


77 


Bridgewater-Rayr 


iham 


80 


Randolph 


54 


Abington 


57 (0 


•T.) 


Randolph 


50 


Plymouth-Carver 




67 


Randolph 


27 


Silver Lake 




53 


Randolph 


67 


Hingham 


66(0 


•T.) 


Randolph 


50 


Scituate 




72 


Randolph 


56 


Marshfield 




67 


Randolph 


55 


Whitman-Hanson 




65 


Randolph 


37 


Rockland 




59 


Randolph 


58 


Bridgewater-Rayr 


iham 


74 


Randolph 


39 


Abington 




50 


Randolph 


52 


Plymouth-Carver 




65 


Randolph 


42 


Silver Lake 




67 


Randolph 


52 


Hingham 


54(0 


X) 


Randolph 




Scituate 









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Randolph Track produce 3 all-stars in a 



new league 




Track Captains Mike Mahoney 
(Cross Country) and Gary Maki. 





The 1972-73 Winter Track team. 



The 1972 Cross-Country team. 






CROSS-COUNTRY RECORD 






WINTER TRACK RECORD 








(Low score wins) 








(High score wins) 




Randolph 


22 


Marshfield 


33 


Randolph 


49 


Norwell 


37 


Randolph 


18 


Whitman-Hanson 


43 


Randolph 


66 


Matignon 


18 


Randolph 


33 


Rockland 


26 


Randolph 


50 


Archbishop Williams 


35 


Randolph 


21 


Bridgewater-Raynham 


38 


Randolph 


40 


Xavierian 


46 


Randolph 


16 


Abington 


48 


Randolph 


27 


Catholic Memorial 


59 


Randolph 


15 


Plymouth-Carver 


56 


Randolph 


47 


Marshfield 


39 


Randolph 


19 


Silver Lake 


38 


Randolph 


50 


Maiden Catholic 


32 


Randolph 


29 


Hingham 


26 


Randolph 


24 


B. C. High 


61 


Randolph 


26 


Scituate 


29 


Randolph 


31 


Scituate 


55 










Randolph 


48 


Don Bosco 


38 










Randolph 


53 


Hingham 


33 










Randolph 


53 


Whitman Hanson 


33 




1973 Co-Captains Joe Ricci and Greg Nelson. 

The 72 Devils Tennis 
team smashes its 
way into state 
tournament I 





1972 Seniors STANDING: Coach Mavor, Jack 
Bazner, Wendell Scott, Jon Lakin. 
KNEELING: Steve Maloof, Ron Lederman. 




Jack Bazner and Clifford Brass in action. 







RECORD 




Randolph 


5 


Plymouth-Carver 





Randolph 


5 


Bridgewater-Raynham 





Randolph 


3 


Scituate 


2 


Randolph 


1 


Hingham 


4 


Randolph 


5 


Rockland 





Randolph 


5 


Abington 





Randolph 


5 


Middleboro 





Randolph 


5 


Silver Lake 





Randolph 


5 


Whitman-Hanson 





Randolph 


5 


Plymouth-Carver 





Randolph 


1 


Brigewater-Raynham 


4 


Randolph 


1 


Scituate 


4 


Randolph 


5 


Hingham 





Randolph 


5 


Rockland 





Randolph 


5 


Abington 





Randolph 


5 


Middleboro 





Randolph 


5 


Silver Lake 





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Silver Lake 


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Abington 







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Randolph 


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Randolph 


5 


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Randolph 


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Rockland 


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Randolph 


8 


Silver Lake 







Randolph 


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Mr. & Mrs. D. Cammarata 

Mr. & Mrs. Harry Nathan 

Mr. & Mrs. V. Civita 

Mr. & Mrs. George dayman 

Mr. & Mrs. Colcord 

Mr. & Mrs. John T. Collins 

Mr. & Mrs. John Courtney 

John Patrick McGillicuddy 

Mr. Kelly 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Rothwell and family 

Mr. & Mrs. Francis Donovan 

Mr. & Mrs. Stefan Solohub 

AnnaSolohub"73" 

Mrs. LaCroix 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Montgomery 

Susan Donovan "73" 

Barbara Rothwell "73" 

Ernie Salamon "71" 

Mr. & Mrs. John J. Walsh 

Donna Collins 

Mr. & Mrs. C. D. Hoglan 

Mr. & Mrs. George J. Kenney 

Mr. & Mrs. Chester Irons 

Mary Soper "74" 

Mr. & Mrs. Joel B.Cohen 



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Mr. & Mrs. Wusteney 
Mr. & Mrs. Gerard Wallace 
Mr. & Mrs. VanTassel 
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Mr. Allen 
Mr. Apostolon 
Mr. Battista 
Miss Barr 
Mrs. Beer 
Mrs. Brandmark 
Mr. Bumpus 
Mr. Carey 
Miss Casparro 
Mr. Christopher 
Mr. Colosi 
Mr. Colucci 
Mr. Ciani 
Mr. Connors 
Miss Corcoran 
Mr. Cronin 
Mrs. C. Davenport 
Mrs. Donohue 



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Mr. Farrell 
Mr. Fisher 
Mr. J. Foley 
Mr. Galante 
Mr. Giuggio 
Mrs. Groon 
Mrs. Hahn 
Mr. Hampel 
Mr. Hands 
Mrs. Harding 
Mr. Hill 
Mr. Johnson 
Mr. Kachinsky 
Miss Kallikatsos 
Mr. & Mrs. Kane 
Mrs. Karnakis 
Mr. Kelly 



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Mr. P. King 
Miss Kuder 
Mrs. LaCroix 
Mrs. Lafayette 
Miss Lambertson 
Mr. Lovett 
Miss Maloney 
Mrs. Martinez 
Mr. Mashrick 
Mr. McGillicuddy 
Mr. McKee 
Mr. Melia 
Mr. Nelson 
Mrs. Noblin 
Mr. W. O'Brien 
Mr. Papa 
Miss Perley 



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Mr. Power 
Mrs. Regenstein 
Mr. Riley 
Miss Salinger 
Mr. Sandner 
Mr. Sarney 
Mrs. Strosahl 
Mrs. Swithers 
Mr. Tuite 
Miss Untz 
Mr. VanCor 
Mr. Wahlgren 
Miss Winder 
Donna Hazel 
Mr. Topham 




The staff salutes our Doctors, Dentists, Phar- 
macists, Lawyers . . . Our Business men for their 
help, cooperation, and generous contributions to 
our book. 



PROFESSIONAL MEN 

Dr. Barce's Animal Hospital 

Dr. A. Zelig Dern 

Dr. John Hickey 

Dr. H. Altman 

Dr. W. Leavitt 

Dr. N. Jepsky 

Dr. M. Feldman 

Dr. C. Rosenthal 

Dr. M. Rubenstein 

Dr. S. Wasserman 

Dr. M. Glassman 

Dr. J. Berry 

Dr. D. Weiner 

Dr. M. Horowitz 

Dr. N. Vichinsky 

Dr. J. B. Gimbel 

Dr. R. LeLacheur 

Dr. W. Sloan 



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Congratulations Graduates! 
From 



THE INTERNATIONAL 
HOUSE OF 
PANCAKES 



where the graduates 

can enjoy their eating pleasures 

now and in their prosperous future 



DONALDS SHOES 



RANDOLPH SHOPPING CENTER 
(OPPOSITE RANDOLPH HIGH) 



961-2224 



Randolph 



Good Luck Seniors 



CURRAN HARDWARE 



No. Main Street 
Randolph, Mass. 




BEST WISHES SENIORS 



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Class of 1973 



From the 



RANDOLPH POLICE 
ASSOCIATION 



Police and Citizens working 
together for a better community 



Best Wishes 



SMITTY'SCITGO 



Compliments of 



ROBERT SCHNEIDER 



Attorney At Law 



Compliments of 



DAIRY QUEEN OF 
RANDOLPH 



892 N. Main St. 
Randolph, Mass. 




GOOD LUCK SENIORS 



VARSITY CHEERLEADERS 



COLONIAL PACKAGE 
& VARIETY STORE 



l )07 North Street 
at Brain tree Line 

Liquors Groceries 

Quality & Service 

Our Motto 

963-2150 



Edward G. Daly 



Owner & Proprietor 



Come In - We're Friendly 



Compliments of — 


GLEN SECURITY 


SYSTEMS 


Tel. 961-3898 



CONGRATULATIONS 



RANDOLPH CO-OP BANK 



Good Luck 



ROYCROFT SHELL 



RUTH'S BAKE SHOP 



91 Memorial Drive 
Randolph, Mass. 

Everyday is Somebody's Birthday. 

Don't forget the Cake!! 
We write on cakes while you wait. 

Come on in and see!! 



MODIFIED OPEN MIND 



Congratulates the 



"Class of '73" 



Good Luck Class of '73 



RUSSELL EDWARD 



1104 North Main St. 
Randolph, Mass. 




Remember the views 

and the manner 

you received the news 

from 



THE BLUE AND 
WHITE BANNER 



Best Wishes 

Class of 73 

From 



RANDOLPH EXXON 



317 North Main Street 
Randolph 

Bud Graves 



CONGRATULATIONS 



GOOD BROTHERS FORD 



49 Years Serving You 



Randolph 



963-5000 



Congratulations 
Class of 1973 



DEB-U-TONES 



Lucille Scharr 

School of Music 

963-4554 



Good Luck Seniors 



C&S DISPOSAL 



963-7618 



We Care About You! 


at the 


BLUE HILL DRUG 


1300 Blue Hill Ave. 


Mattapan, Ma. 



Congratulations to 
the Class of '73 



THE MEDICAL CAREERS 
CLUB 




Good Luck Seniors 



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1973" DRILL TEAM 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 



THE CLASS OF '73' 



FUTURE TEACHER'S 
CLUB OF AMERICA 



Best Wishes in Future 



WYNOT PONTIAC 



397 N. Main St. 

Randolph, Mass. 

963-2070 



Congratulations Graduates! 



SOUTH SHORE NATIONAL BANK 



173 Main St. 
Randolph, Mass. 




Best Wishes Class of '73 



RANDOLPH 

HIGH SCHOOL 
SECRETARIES 



Congratulations Class of '73 



LUCILLE M. SCHARR 
NURSERY AND KINDERGARTEN 




Music Instruction 
Day Camp 



963-4554 



Compliments of: 



WOODLAWN BOWLARAMA 



Diauto Drive 
Randolph, Mass. 

963-0066 






436-8996 963-9886 963-9806 



ELI AND CHRIS 

Randolph Automotive 

Servicenter, Inc. 

Shell Automotive Products 




3 Old Rd. 

1245 N. Main Street 

733 S. Main Street 

Randolph, Mass. 02368 



BILL'S FISH MARKET 

FRESH FISH DAILY 

1183 North Main Street 
North Randolph 

Salt & Fresh Water Fish Daily 
All Types of Shell Fish 

Tel.: 986-5314 



Walk-In Service 



Tel. 963-9805 



FRANCINE'S COIFFURES 



Specializing in Hi-Styling 
& Hair Coloring 

86 N. Main Street 
Randolph, Mass. 02368 



Good Luck Seniors 



WOODLAWN 
PHARMACY 



1 1 67 North Main Street 

and 
999R North Main Street 



Compliments of 



SODA HUT INC. 



954 North Main Street 
Randolph 



DISCOUNT BEVERAGES 



Compliments of 



B& B SUB SHOP 



115 North Main Street 

Randolph, Ma. 

963-9798 




GOOD LUCK SENIORS 



CLASS OF '74 



WHITE FLOWER 
SHOP 



40 Union St. 
Holbrook, Mass. 



Where "Prom" flowers 



get special attention 



Ed Myllmaui Tom Mochen 


M & M FLOORWAYS 


Carpet — Linoleum 


Professional Carpet Cleaning 


Free Estimates 


848-6027 



Good Luck Class of 1973 



LAW OFFICES OF 
JOSEPH A. LOMBARDI 

AND 
THOMAS M. SULLIVAN 



BEST WISHES CLASS OF '73 




FROM THE GRIDIRON CLUB 



Congratulations Seniors! 



SURE GAS STATION 



527 North Main St. 
Randolph, Mass. 



Serving you is what 



we do best! 



DRINKWATER FLORISTS 



431 West St. 



Randolph's Leading Florists 



Randolph, Mass. 



963-2830 



BRODIL'S BOOTERY 



94 No. Main Street 



Randolph, Mass. 



Compliments of 



STEWIE'S TEXACO 



Good Luck Seniors! 



AMVETS PIZZA 



Ainvets Lane 
963-7171 



THE SOPHOMORE CLASS 
















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KENS MENS 
HAIRSTYLING 



53 North Main St. 
Randolph 
961-4186 



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STYLING FOR MEN & WOMEN 

414 Center Street 

Randolph, Mass. 

961-4900 



Best of Luck 



RICHARD'S BEAUTY SHOP 



HAIR STYLIST 



963-1606 



1187 North Main Street 
North Randolph, Mass. 



BPM 
SUPER MARKETS 



Telephone 963-0120 




CATHAY CITY 




Chinese and American Restaurant 




Orders Put Up To Take Out 




266 No. Main St. 




Route 28 


Chester 


G. W. Chin, Mgr. Randolph, Mass. 




Congratulations to the 



Class of 1973 



GARBER BROS 



Randolph, Mass. 



24 hour 




24 hour 


Uniformed 




Patrol Service 


Guards 


WATTS 





SECURITY SYSTEMS 

INC. 



523-5680 



Boston — Providence — Worcester 



Compliments of 



CALLAHAN, 

GEORGE & 

WELCH 



Attorneys At Law 

10 Diauto Drive 

Randolph, Mass. 






Congratulations to the 
"Class of 73" 



FUTURE TEACHERS 
OF AMERICA 



Good Luck Seniors 



"TRINQUE'S" 

RANDOLPH DRUG 
CO., INC. 



64 N. Main St. 
Randolph, Mass. 



E. E. HILCHEY CONSTRUCTION CO 



49 Royal Street 



Randolph, Mass. 02368 



ERNIE HILCHEY 



963-2954 



To the residents of Randolph: 

Save thousands of dollars by 
sending your son or daughter to the 

FAMILY DRIVING 
SCHOOL 

5 1 North Main Street 
Randolph, Ma. 

Full driver education course. 

Save money $$$ on insurance licensed by 

the registrar of motor vehicles. 



Best Wishes Seniors 



From 



CURRAN HARDWARE 



Main Street 
Randolph, Ma. 



Good Luck Class of '73 


HAWKINS DODGE 


659 North Main Street 


Randolph, Ma. 



THE MEMBERS AND OFFICERS 



OF THE 



RANDOLPH TEACHERS 
ASSOCIATION 



WISH THE CLASS OF '73 



THE BEST OF LUCK!! 



Good Luck Seniors!! 



THE RANDOLPH FIRE FIGHTERS 

ASSOCIATION 



Compliments of 



GROUCHO, 
HARPO, CHICO, AND KOHN 



Good Luck Seniors 

Come in and visit our 
new luxurious 

CHESTNUT FARM 
SUPERETTE 



Woodlawn 3-6077 



DR. MILTON S. GLASSMAN 



DENTIST 



1163 No. Main St. 



No. Randolph, Mass. 



Compliments of the 



MEDIA CENTER 
AND IT'S STAFF. 



Compliments of 



SHEL'SARCO 
SERVICE. 



Compliments of 



T.X. SALES, INC. 



Randolph, Ma. 

Electronic Manufacturers 
Representatives 



Good Luck in future 



RANDOLPH CITGO 



5 North Main Street 



Randolph, Ma. 



Congratulations to Graduates. 



ZEPPY'S BAIGEL BAKERY 



937 North Main Street, Randolph 



Tel. 963-9837,963-7022 



Best Wishes 
Class of '73 



BONJAY REALTY TRUST 



Best Wishes Graduates! 



BARBARA'S TOTS TO TEENS 



See our new Junior Collection 

96 North Main Street 

Randolph, Mass. 02368 

963-0817 



Best Wishes to the 



Class of 7 3 



FROM SWAN CLEANERS 



Best Wishes to the Class of '73 



ALLIED AUTO PARTS 



20 Short Street 
Randolph, Ma. 



CONGRATULATIONS 



RANDOLPH SAVINGS BANK 



129 North Main Street 



Randolph, Ma. 



******* "The Class 



of 73 



Stars 



as 



THE GRADUATES." 



-DRAMA CLUB- 



Serving with pleasure 

The members of the 

Class of 

1973 



THE WARREN KAY 
VANTINE STUDIO, INC. 



66 1 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
661 Congress St., Portland, Maine 




WORK FOR YOU AT DELMAR 



Imagination; innovation; creativity; 
prognostication are the special 
talents of those who develop the 
future at Delmar. They are not a 
strange breed, for we encourage 
and employ those who have a flair 
for generating exciting graphic 
ideas for our customers. We think 
you should expect this from a 
professional visual graphics 
company. After all, to be relevant 
to the now, we need to know 
something about tomorrow. 



Printers of the 1973 ORACLE 



THE DELMAR COMPANIES • 



P. 0. BOX 12466 • CHARLOTTE, N. C. • 28205 

A DIVISION OF REPUBLIC CORPORATION - CALIFORNIA 





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